CNN's Piers Morgan on Tuesday displayed a remarkably horrid bedside manner toward his guest Andrew Breitbart saying "you are notoriously evil about almost everybody."
An obviously shocked Breitbart responded, "Well, I don't think you know me, Piers Morgan. I think we've maybe spent eight seconds together" (video follows with transcribed highlights and commentary):
Morgan began the segment by referencing Ronald Reagan's edict that Republicans should never speak ill of Republicans and then quickly smacked Breitbart with the "notoriously evil about almost everybody" moniker.
After the conservative publisher's response Morgan quickly replied, "It was a long eight seconds."
I quite imagine it was for Breitbart as well who gathered himself and said, "I honestly don't know what you mean by that. I've supported people, I've supported people within the Tea Party who have been attacked by the mainstream media as being racist when there's no, not a scintilla of evidence that they're racist. So I've gone out there with a snarl on my face because I'm defending good and decent people who are trying to speak to the problems that exist in the country."
Does that make him notoriously evil about almost everybody?
(HT Breitbart TV)