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Rick Perry at the CNN Grill: Always Remember the Third Thing
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March 9th, 2012
09:33 PM ET

Rick Perry at the CNN Grill: Always Remember the Third Thing

Tonight at the CNN Grill, CNN Gov. Rick Perry stopped by the CNN Grill for an intimate conversation with CNN’s Peter Hamby.  Hamby spoke to Texas Gov. Perry as he reflected on his Presidential bid and the remaining candidates.  When asked by Hamby what he would do in 2016, Perry responded: "work on some debate skills and always remember the third thing."

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March 9th, 2012
04:01 PM ET

Piers Morgan Tonight: Montel Williams on the GOP presidential candidates and much more

Tonight, Emmy-Winning talk show host Montel Williams  sits down with Piers Morgan for an in depth interview on a wide range of topics. He speaks about the GOP presidential candidates and the issues he has with them.  Before becoming the host of "The Montel Williams Show," he served America for more than two decades – both as a marine and in the navy – and speaks with great pride about his experiences:

"I did 22 years in the military, put a uniform on my back, was willing to take a bullet for anybody, in this country, period," Williams tells Piers Morgan. "Didn't matter if they were black, white, didn't matter!"

Also tonight, special guest Nick Cannon. TUNE IN at 9pm ET/PT


Topics: CNN • Piers Morgan
March 9th, 2012
09:02 AM ET

Randy Walker on pardoned man who shot him: "I would defend myself"

Randy Walker talks to CNN’s Soledad O’Brien about the Mississippi Supreme Court decision to uphold former Governor Haley Barbour’s pardon of the convicted killer, David Gatlin, who shot him.

Walker says, “The Supreme Court weighed in and they’ve weighed in on the wrong side of the issue. I think they did what was politically easy for them rather than what was right for the people of Mississippi.”

He continues, “The court never reached out to us and Haley Barbour has still not reached out to us. We continue to ask for a meeting with him…. We just have some questions. We feel like we’re due some answers.”

When O’Brien asks him if he is worried for his life, Walker responds, “Once someone tries to kill you and they don’t succeed, he’s always a threat…. I’ve been advised, if I see David in any of my immediate area… I’ll take it as an immediate threat on my life and I’ll act accordingly.”

When O’Brien asks for further clarification, Walker adds, “[Gatlin] would know what it means.”

O’Brien follows up, “Are you threatening him?”

Walker answers, “I would take that as a threat on my life and I would defend myself.”

Starting Point with Soledad O’Brien airs week mornings from 7-9am ET on CNN.

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