Of the interview itself, which ran on CBS on Sunday, Pierce said it evoked Shakespeare’s phrase “full of sound and fury signifying nothing”.
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“At the time I did those jokes, I genuinely thought them to be harmless. I was making fun of our enemy North Korea,” said the American television host.
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During the discussion of Morgan, Underwood asked Osbourne, “what would you say to people who may feel that, while you’re standing by your friend, it appears that you gave validation or safe haven to something that he has uttered that is racist, even if you don’t agree?”
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The “Khamoshi” star said, “I can’t believe the ratio of rape increasing in our society every day and us still not talking about this out in the open"
The new programme, called Waffles + Mochi, will launch on the streaming service on 16 March and aims to teach children about healthy eating.
“Bad taste doesn’t begin to cover it,” wrote one person. “It’s vindictive and reinforces stereotypes. As far as I’m concerned it contains ‘hate’ speech. Disgusting.”