Christine O’Donnell might have walked out of an interview on “Piers Morgan Tonight” on Wednesday after being asked about gay marriage, but the former Delaware Senate candidate does not have hard feelings for the talk show host.
“Piers, thanks for the invite. No hard feelings, you cheeky bugger,” she Tweeted after calling Piers “rude” and leaving his CNN talk show.
Earlier on Wednesday night, Piers Tweeted about the incident, which he called “my first ever walk-out in 25 years of interviews.”
“Do you think Christine O’Donnell is going to put a witch’s curse on me now?”
When I heard that Christine “Not a Witch” O’Donnell had walked off Piers “Not Larry King” Morgan’s interview show, I wasn’t at all surprised.
Most of Christine O’Donnell’s life in the public eye can be best summarized by the phrase, “Christine O’Donnell does something that causes people to Google Christine O’Donnell.” Christine O’Donnell has had the opposite of most people’s life goals — to go from being a Fun Person saying Kooky Things on Bill Maher to a Real Person with Game-Changing Ideas. I have to say, I’ve missed having Christine O’Donnell in the public eye. It contains a lot of ideas for the Tea Party movement, she told Morgan. “Say something controversial that people will Google later! Free publicity for all involved! Good idea? Bad idea?
It’ll definitely sell the book.
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Tea Party advocate and former Delaware senatorial candidate Christine O'Donnell stormed off Piers Morgan's set on Wednesday after being questioned on gay marriage.
O'Donnell became annoyed after Morgan questioned her on her witchcraft history, but became incensed to the point of leaving after the gay marriage line of questioning, according to Morgan.
"Ms. O'Donnell wasn't happy about me quizzing her re views on witchcraft and sex. But really flipped at gay marriage Qs. Ripped mike and fled," Morgan tweeted after the taping.
During the interview O'Donnell stated she was not running for office and for Morgan to ask presidential candidate Michele Bachmann about gay marriage.
O'Donnell was on the show to promote her new book, "Troublemaker."
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