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This evening on "Piers Morgan Tonight", GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich joins the program for an honest and engaging interview on topics ranging from foreign affairs to energy policy.
On the heels of the recently reported Quran burnings in Afghanistan, the former House Speaker shares his candid opinions on the apologies issued first by President Obama, and then by General John R. Allen.
"Look around the region. Churches get burned in Nigeria. Does anyone apologize? Churches get burned in Egypt. Does anyone get apologized?" asks Gingrich. "There is a one-sided traffic in outrage which we tolerate and frankly we help enable."
Talking with Piers Morgan from Seattle, Washington, Gingrich continues to denounce America's recent apologetic reactions:
"What I do know is that we have this one-sided game, where our troops get killed, nobody apologizes. And now we're supposed to be the one's on defense," says Gingrich. "I think that this is a two-way street and we ought to assess deeply exactly what we think is going on."
Tune in tonight at 9pm ET/PT as Gingrich offers his views on energy policy, and explains why Barack Obama is a "left-wing radical" with opinions straight out of a "Saturday Night Live" sketch.