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All this week CNN is airing some of Piers Morgan's greatest hits – tonight at 9pmET/PT, watch the emotional, surprising hour with Kelsey Grammer (recently nominated for a Golden Globe for his work in "Boss").
When Morgan asked Grammer whether he is sympathetic to the tea party, the actor answered, "I'm sympathetic to some of the principles, but I'm not sure that the tea party has behavioral problems, other than the ones that can be identified by people who are inimical to them."
The actor pointed out that, like the tea party, he believes "smaller government's a good idea. Always have. I think lower taxes are a good idea. Always have."
Above, watch why Grammer says the "Real Housewives" was a "parting gift" to his ex-wife. Watch the full hour tonight at 9pmET/PT.
"Homeland" actress Claire Danes, who was nominated for a Golden Globe today, is a guest on "Piers Morgan Tonight," and she talks about family and more. "Eventually, yeah I'd love that," Danes told Piers Morgan of having children. "We're not quite there yet."
She also talks about the much-anticipated finale coming up on Sunday on Showtime. So...spoiler alert! FULL POST
NBC News special correspondent and author Tom Brokaw was a guest on "Piers Morgan Tonight" and talked about President Barack Obama and his place in history. "President Obama has disappointed a lot of his followers and enthusiastic supporters," Brokaw told Piers Morgan. "It was a steep learning curve, as it is for almost every president."
Brokaw talked about one of the "big issues" of Obama supporters he's talked to. "He doesn't have a passion for leadership and a kind of bold idea of where he wants to take the country," said Brokaw.
The two Bernie Fine accusers who are suing Syracuse University were guests last night on "Piers Morgan Tonight" along with their lawyer Gloria Allred. "It's very hard to get away from it," said Bobby Davis to Piers Morgan. "It was a very hard situation to be in. It's hard to explain how much it hurts...they have a power and authority to be able to manipulate little kids."
Also on the show was Howard Dean and Tom Ridge to talk about a humanitarian crisis in Iraq: FULL POST
RNC Chairman Reince Priebus was a guest on "Piers Morgan Tonight" last night, and talked about the primary battle. "I really think primaries are good for our party," he told Piers Morgan. "In the end, I really feel great about our chances."
Also on the show was Rudy Giuliani, who talked about Pres. Barack Obama, the campaigner:
Donald Trump is a guest on "Piers Morgan Tonight" this evening, and talks about the GOP debate – and those who have agreed to participate and the candidates who haven't. "I know a lot of the moderators and some are wonderful and some aren't," Trump tells Piers Morgan. "I know the issues better than the moderators, that I can tell you. Every issue better than the moderators."
Trump also talks about Mitt Romney: "I was actually very disappointed that he didn't do the debate. I was actually surprised." Watch the full interview tonight 9pmET/PT – also on the show, Mary J. Blige.
Actress and activist Jane Fonda is a guest on "Piers Morgan Tonight" tomorrow at 9pmET/PT, and she talks about her career, love and politics – and also takes aim at the media. "We're going to have to stop trying to be 'objective' and start telling the truth, and it has to start with the media," says Fonda. "I think it's been quite complicit. There's such an effort to be objective, rather than really looking at underlying truths and telling them, even if it might affect the ratings."
She also talks about the 2012 GOP field: "They all scare me, frankly. I get depressed and scared when I look at the Republican debates." Watch the full, revealing interview tomorrow 9pmET/PT.
Award-winning filmmaker Michael Moore was a guest on "Piers Morgan Tonight" last night, and talked about President Barack Obama. "By now he's probably got a pretty thick skin," Moore told Piers Morgan. But: "The vitriol toward him simply because he's him and toward his wife, because why, she wants people to eat vegetables and take better care of themselves?"
He also talked about where Obama gets his money: FULL POST
Filmmaker and author Michael Moore is a guest on "Piers Morgan Tonight" for the hour, and talks about the 2012 GOP race, the Occupy movement and, yes, how many times he's been properly in love. "He's a smart guy," he tells Piers Morgan about Newt Gingrich. But: "Whatever cred he might have had with intelligent Republicans has been completely tossed out the window."
Of Mitt Romney: "The guy that works every morning on looking like he's going to be the fifth head on Mount Rushmore."
President Barack Obama's campaign strategist David Axelrod is a guest on "Piers Morgan Tonight" this evening, and talked about the "rotating group of non-Romney's" including Newt Gingrich. "He hasn't really been scrutinized since the spring," Axelrod tells Piers Morgan. "He's really the Godfather of gridlock."
Axelrod also talked about Mitt Romney, who he says is "steady in everything except his positions." Watch the full interview tonight 9pmET/PT – also on the show, Herman Cain accuser Sharon Bialek.