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Rudy Giuliani returned to "Piers Morgan Tonight" on Wednesday and expressed his "outrage" over the latest gaffe by Vice President Joe Biden. On Tuesday, Biden attended a campaign event in Danville, Virginia and, as Giuliani described it, spoke to an audience "that was half African-American," feigned "a southern accent," and told the audience "that [Mitt] Romney and [Paul] Ryan 'are going to put y'all in chains.'"
"If Vice President [Dick] Cheney did this, if Sarah Palin did this, if Paul Ryan did this, it would have been on the front page of 'The New York Times' and you all would have been outraged. So somebody had to get outraged and it's going to be me," Giuliani said.
Giuliani did not hold back on his criticism of Biden's tendency to make "one stupid remark after another," adding, "if a Republican vice president had said that and in the space of 24 hours had also gotten wrong the state that he was in and today the century that he's in, you would be raising all kinds of questions about this man's fitness for office."
On the other end of the emotional spectrum, Giuliani was "very happy" with the addition of Ryan to the GOP ticket. "I think it was a very, very bold choice," said Giuliani of Romney's choice.
"I think what Governor Romney has done by choosing Paul Ryan is to - is to put some substance into this campaign. Substance in terms of we can now have a real debate on an issue that's really important like what are we going to do about Medicare that will go bankrupt if we don't fix it."
Watch the clip and listen to the interview as Giuliani explains why he thinks Paul Ryan as the Republican VP nominee is a "strong choice" but also a "gamble."
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