CNN reporter Elise Labott was suspended and forced to apologize over a controversial tweet she posted Thursday afternoon.
The tweet came on the heels of the House bill that passed by a 289-137 margin. The bill aims to suspend allowing Syrian refugees into the United States following last week’s terrorist attacks in Paris.
Piers Morgan Live posted this Instagram of an incredible NYC sunrise snapped out of one of the soon to be shuttered office windows. The post entitled “Brand New Day Dawns,” comes the same day the anchor prepares for his last CNN regular appearance.
The soon to be ex-CNN anchor fired off a slew of tweets, making sure to include one final dying jab at gun control, “I leave with no regrets, many great memories, and one heartfelt hope; that America sorts out its insane gun laws.”
Morgan’s ratings for “Piers Morgan Live” recently hit new lows, drawing a fraction of viewers compared with competitors at Fox News and MSNBC, leaving many to wonder, did guns kill the host? And an even bigger question, will CNN bring back Larry King! Now that would be news worth watching!
Just one day after bragging on POLITICO, that he will someday be “bigger than the O’Reilly Factor” and touting Alex Jones as “the smartest booking ever!” (based on the ratings it dragged in for CNN) it appears Piers Morgan has sunk to an all-new ratings low in the cable news ratings war. Low as in last.
“The best thing about Alex Jones is that 8 million people watched that video on YouTube,” Morgan told POLITICO in an extensive interview at his CNN office in New York. “I would suggest it’s the smartest booking we’ve ever made. The attention that interview got exploded this issue back onto the agenda for the entire week leading up to what Obama did.”
Obviously peers is allowed to claim whatever outrageous claims that he wishes, but the harsh truth is, Piers is now dead last in the cable news ratings…
Well this would be a good story for Piers Morgan… Authorities say the DNA of horses and pigs has been found in ground beef burger products sold in the UK and Irish supermarkets. Some products contained as much as 37 percent horse meat.
Out of 27 products analysed, 10 contained horse meat and 23 contained pig meat.
The Republic of Ireland’s food safety authority discovered the issue, identifying the meat came from two processing plants in Ireland, Liffey Meats and Silvercrest Foods, and the Dalepak Hambleton plant in Yorkshire.
Though it poses no risk health, people buying and consuming the burgers had no idea they were eating horse meat,
“In Ireland, it is not in our culture to eat horse meat and therefore, we do not expect to find it in a burger,” said one unlucky customer.
Retailers were ordered to remove all implicated batches of the burgers, at least until they get caught the next time…