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Monday, 24 March, 2008 10:08 AM

Jerry Springer discusses his show, race, censorship and politics at Wayne State University

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As host of America's Got Talent on NBC, Springer said: "Ninety percent of them have no talent. It's a fun show to do. Everyone's trying."

 

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The talk show host said: "Adults have to be responsible for what children watch."

 

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Springer took questions from students at Wayne State University.

 

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In regards to his daytime talk show, Springer said: "I had no idea the show would be on more than six weeks."

 

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"A person's private life ought to be private," Springer said.

 

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"I may still go back and do politics," the talk show host said.

 

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