Earlier this week on Fox News' The Kelly File, Glenn Beck said that he regrets helping with "tearing the country apart" during his time at the network.
"I wish I could go back and be more uniting in my language," Beck said on The Kelly File. "Because I think I played a role unfortunately in helping tear the country apart and it's not who we are."
Beck's admission and self-reflection prompted CNN's Piers Morgan to ask Ann Coulter last night on his show whether she also feels responsible for doing the same.
"Are there any times you've gone too far," Morgan asked.
"Absolutely not," Coulter responded. "Absolutely, 100% not."
In his own self-reflection, Morgan admitted he has been divisive on the issue of the Second Amendment and guns in America. Naturally, Morgan made no attempts to hold President Barack Obama accountable for being the Divider-in-Chief over the past five years through his ongoing class warfare and race-card tactics.
You can watch the exchange here.
|Katie Pavlich is the News Editor at Townhall.com. Follow her on Twitter @katiepavlich. She is also the author of Fast and Furious: Barack Obama's Bloodiest Scandal and the Shameless Cover-Up.
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