New York Times op-ed columnist Charles Blow and former CNN anchor Piers Morgan traded barbs on Twitter Thursday.
In an interview with CNN’s Piers Morgan, presidential candidate Donald Trump addressed his recent word war with Prime Minister David Cameron and London Mayor Sadiq Khan. Trump said if he wins the presidency the relationship between the United States and Great Britain would not be affected despite his conflict with the two men. Show More Summary
Former CNN host Piers Morgan became a trending topic on Twitter — in part because of the anger he incited for belittling Beyoncé’s latest album, which features the mothers of Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown. Morgan reacted to the release of Lemonade in his Daily Mail column by...
Though there are probably many reasons to despise former CNN host Piers Morgan, the most compelling is that he has really terrible opinions. There’s a “Deport Piers Morgan” petition with over 100,000 signatures on whitehouse.gov. A Google search result for “piers morgan tool” yields over 884,000 results.So to celebrate Piers’s 51st birthday today,... More »
The Internet never forgets. It's been a couple of years since "Growing Pains" star Kirk Cameron generated a huge online backlash after telling CNN's Piers Morgan that homosexuality was "unnatural" and "ultimately destructive to so many...Show More Summary
Former CNN host Piers Morgan has anointed himself the defender of "whiteness" in his side occupation as a professional Twitter troll. He gets special satisfaction in smugly weighing in on "Black Twitter," a social network focused onShow More Summary
ESPN commentator Stephen Smith and former CNN talker Piers Morgan agree: #alllivematter. Whether you find this a controversial statement depends on your view of #BlackLivesMatter.
Former CNN anchor Piers Morgan recently appeared on MSNBC’s Morning Joe, and when the topic of Hillary Clinton as a presidential candidate, he told host Joe Scarborough that she’s “no spring chicken.” “Hillary Clinton is slightly Ghost of Christmas Past to many people. Show More Summary
Daily Mail Editor-At-Large and former CNN host Piers Morgan decried the "new medieval phase" created by social media that allows for "viciousness" against media figures like Brian Williams.
Former CNN host Piers Morgan accused Pope Francis on Thursday of promoting aggression against anyone who criticizes religion. “Here was my Holy Father, supposedly a man who espouses the philosophy of turning the other cheek, telling us all to whack someone in the face if they insult...
Pope Francis' recent comments that he would punch someone for insulting his mother have been criticized by some Catholics, such as former CNN host Piers Morgan. The Vatican has defended the remarks, however, noting that they were a "free style of speech," and that the pope does not condone violence.
Piers Morgan will be making his first appearance on CNN, TVNewser has learned. Our spies spotted Morgan at CNN HQ this morning where we hear he’ll tape a segment for “Reliable Sources.” Morgan, who is the editor-at-large for DailyMail.com,...Show More Summary
Shots were fired on CNN?s New Year?s Eve special, as Anderson Cooper hit former CNN personality Piers Morgan with an insult that wouldn?t feel out of place on a schoolyard. Click To Continue Reading
Anderson Cooper finally got his chance to respond on air, to the sniping of former CNN colleague Piers Morgan, compliments of Kathy Griffin, during CNN's New Year's Eve coverage from Times Square. Griffin set things up nicely when she told of how Morgan's hand photobombed a photo of her with Sidney Poitier. Show More Summary
With a hat tip from Kathy Griffin, Anderson Cooper let loose a series of mocking statement about former CNN'er Piers Morgan during Wednesday night's New Year's Eve coverage.
When Fox News announced Megyn Kelly would take the 9 p.m. hour, launching “The Kelly File,” CNN’s “Piers Morgan Live” host Piers Morgan welcomed his new timeslot competitor with a challenging tweet: “Bring it on, @megynkelly”. Monday night, now former CNN host Morgan appeared on Kelly’s show, and conceded defeat. Show More Summary
Former CNN host Piers Morgan stopped by the Today show Monday morning, mostly to discuss Prince William and Duchess Kate’s visit to the States. But while he was there, Matt Lauer also asked him to weigh in on the recent protests in Ferguson and New York City — something he likely would have been discussing nightly on CNN — as well as Time's shortlist for Person of the Year.
Network hits back at the former Piers Morgan Tonight host for his comments blaming Cooper for his own show’s poor ratings Piers Morgan has spent a bitter week hitting out at his former CNN colleague Anderson Cooper, blaming the dismal ratings for Piers Morgan Tonight on Cooper’s poor lead-in. On...
Former CNN host Piers Morgan has been on a media tour this week. He’s touched on many subjects, but bashing current CNN host Anderson Cooper appears to be at the top of his priority list. And now CNN is responding. Morgan has been critical...Show More Summary