CNN’s Piers Morgan was on “CBS This Morning” today discussing his new book, Shooting Straight: Guns, Gays, God, and George Clooney. Morgan says the book is “a diary” of his three years at CNN, the last year of which has been dominated by his calls for stricter gun laws.
Toward the end of the interview, Norah O’Donnell asked Morgan about his future at CNN, following the news that Bill Weir would be joining the network and developing a show in prime time. “I will be taken out of CNN kicking and screaming,” Morgan said. “I absolutely love it. It’s a fantastic network. It’s a great news place to be.”
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