'There is definitely going to be a row' - George Hook warns of controversial Clinton debate ahead of tonight's Cutting Edge
Published 19/10/2016 | 11:30
George Hook has warned that debates might get heated on tonight's episode of Cutting Edge.
The outspoken broadcaster will appear on the RTE show alongside businesswoman Norah Casey and the writer of Can't Cope Won't Cope, Stephanie Preissner.
And true to form he promises to treat viewers to his "very strong views" on the circus that is the US presidential election. Hook believes his opinions might clash with those of his fellow panelists and lead to potential fireworks.
Speaking to the Irish Sun, he said: "If we discuss the American presidential election there is definitely going to be a row because I think Hillary Clinton is getting the softest ride in the history of American politics."
Brendan O'Connor's Cutting Edge airs tonight on RTE One at 9.35pm.