A prominent British TV presenter said Wednesday that CNN talk show host Piers Morgan gave him a primer on phone hacking, a revelation that suggests he knew a fair amount about how the shady practice was carried out.
In the latest high-profile spat between a pro-gun advocate and outspoken CNN host Piers Morgan, Breitbart.com’s editor-at-large Ben Shapiro called the Brit a “bully” who is “standing on the graves of the children of Sandy Hook.”
Screenshot/Advertising Week EuropePiers Morgan, the TV personality who hosted the eponymous CNN night talk show between 2011 and 2014 admits his insistence on continuously covering gun control issues "wasn't good for ratings."
When exactly a month ago the supposedly objective, impartial Netherlands released its official, 34-page preliminary report of the MH-17 crash over Ukraine, presumably based on black box data, air traffic control records, and other "authentic, verified" information, there were precisely zero mentions of "oxygen", "mask" or "oxygen mask."
Shortly after spending 15 minutes ranting at CNN host Piers Morgan Monday night, conspiracy theorist and radio host Alex Jones recorded a 12-minute YouTube video that took his paranoia to new heights, suggesting New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg had hired either mafia or undercover cops posing as crackheads to kill him.
“If something happens to us, we’re killed by crackheads, it was the NYPD or mafia they hired. Period,” he told viewers. “If you don’t know Bloomberg is total mafia, you are not living on planet Earth.
Former New York governor Eliot Spitzer, whose promising political career was derailed by a call girl scandal two years ago, is making a comeback as a talk show host on CNN.The 24-hour cable television news network announced Wednesday that Spitzer will co-host a show with conservative commentator Kathleen Parker starting this fall."I am grateful to CNN for the opportunity to co-host a show that will advance the discussion of the defining issues of our time," Spitzer said in a statement.