The Churchill bust controversy was discussed on America Live with Megyn Kelly, earlier today, and as of airtime, there were still crickets in response to Krauthammer's demand for an apology. Kelly had the perfect guest on to discuss the issue, Niles Gardiner, the Director of the Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom at The Heritage Foundation. He declared that Pfeiffer should be issuing "a full, unequivocal apology", adding later that, "what you have here, is a White House that is constantly trying to bury the fact that it has a very strong anti-British record."
Dan Pfeiffer Eats Crow - Publicly Apologizes to Charles Krauthammer
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