Former U.S. Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell walked out of CNN interview and later accused CNN host Piers Morgan for his sexist remarks and questions during the show. She was invited to his show to present her new book “Troublemaker: Let’s Do What it Takes to Make America Great Again,” however, O’Donnell left the TV studio earlier than planned, accusing O’Donnell of having “very inappropriate, creepy line of questioning.”
The TV host asked her a question whether she is ready to support gay marriage, for example, which angered O’Donnell and she decided to leave the TV show earlier. Cameras showed Christine O’Donnell walks out of CNN interview following questions that included ones like whether she believes masturbation is a wrong practice and is she still advocating total abstinence.
Off-camera, an adviser to O’Donnell told her she has to leave the studio and Christine O’Donnell walked out of the CNN interview, following the advice. Later on, she revealed the interview turned to be sexually harassing and such development of the situation forced her to leave.
Media specialists were surprised to see her leaving the show after such nontoxic questions have been asked during the interview, adding that one should respect her choice. Whether total abstinence would make America stronger is quite a challenging issue that would have provoked debates even if America’s founding fathers have been interviewed, commentators said.