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On Tuesday, Piers Morgan invited Ann Coulter to join him for a primetime interview, asking the outspoken media personality to offer her thoughts on the recent race debate surrounding Santa Claus and Jesus Christ.
"It is every movie made about Santa Claus, he lives at the North Pole," she told the "Piers Morgan Live" host, insisting that Saint Nick is in fact Caucasian. "You go find black Santa at the North Pole. He's White, Piers."
Turning to Christ, Coulter noted that unlike Santa Claus, Jesus was in fact an actual person, not a mythical character.
"He was a Jew. I mean, if you want to tell me Jews aren't white, okay. But he's Jewish. So, whatever that is," she said. "If you call Jews white, I mean you can argue with me, maybe they're beige ... he's not black, he's Middle Eastern. Maybe he's sort of beige, Piers."
As for the woman who jump started the debate, Morgan's 9 p.m. rival from FOX News? Coulter only wished she could have landed in the middle of the controversy:
"I'm insanely jealous of Megyn Kelly. I wish liberals would jump on me for saying something so obvious."
In a heartbreaking story that Piers Morgan routinely described as being a "parent's nightmare," on Tuesday evening the host spoke live with Nailah Winkfield, whose daughter Jahi McMath has been classified as brain-dead following what was initially thought to be a routine tonsillectomy:
"I really don't know the reason what happened but I know she bled a whole lot and it took them a long time to call the doctor," explained an emotional Winkfield. "I sat there and I watched my daughter bleed out her mouth and her nose and finally when her, I'm sorry, I just think she bled too much."
As Morgan noted that the hospital is pressuring the family to remove Jahi from life support, the young girl's mother offered her reasons for resisting:
"I don't want to take my daughter off life support because I love my child and I walked her into that hospital and she was perfectly fine," she said. "I really feel like she can wake up. I feel like it's just been a really rough week for her and if they just give her some more time then she'll be able to wake up."
Seated beside Nailah Winkfield, Jahi's uncle spoke on behalf of the family, explaining their confidence and positivity:
"Our faith is so strong that we don't even think about the possibility of death," said Omari Sealey. "We don't even think about that. We were told today that, you know, right now everything that's going wrong with her that she's healing, because she's on the ventilator. And as I stated earlier, that's a good thing. She's healing, she's resting, and we believe with all the prayers from everyone around the world and the prayers with our family that she will wake up and she will heal completely."
On Tuesday evening, Piers Morgan welcomed television legend Barbara Walters for a primetime interview.
And although the host showered his guest with the type of praise an icon might be used to receiving, Walters was quick to return the favor:
"I just want to say, I don't know how to put it, but how fond I am of you, because you and I have known each other for a while," she noted. "And I think you are so good on the air, and you've always been very kind. So I just want to wish you and your family everything wonderful at this time of the year."