Being from England, you would think CNN host Piers Morgan would have some manners. Last night Andrew Breitbart and Michael Reagan were on Morgan's show to provide political analysis. How did Morgan start off his conversation with Breitbart? Not with a statement about GOP candidates or the current political atmosphere, but with a personal, irrelevant attack. He also told Breitbart to "force a smile."
Morgan: "Andrew let me go to you, as I said before the break, you are notoriously evil about almost everybody so what do you think of the new politics where everyone just whacks everybody else."
Breaitbart: "Well I don't think you know me Piers Morgan. I think we maybe spent eight seconds together."
Morgan: "It was a long eight seconds."
Apparently, Piers Morgan believes holding people accountable is "evil."
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