CNN’s “Piers Morgan Tonight” has a pair of big interviews tonight. Former President George W. Bush, who has only given a handful of interviews since leaving office, will be a guest on the program
Update: Bush will not be in-studio, but will be appearing in the “Keeping America Great” segment, which is set in the field. He will be talking about mountain biking, veterans, etc, so don’t expect any blockbuster revelations.
In addition, CNN founder Ted Turner–who has had some harsh things to say about the network he once ran–will also be appearing.
Interestingly, Bush is on just a few days after former CBS News anchor Dan Rather appeared on the show, where he stood by the claims he made on the network regarding Bush’s Texas Air National Guard service. That story led to Rather’s departure from CBS.
It should make for some interesting TV.
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