“I thought he jumped the shark,” the network’s chief medical editor, Nancy Snyderman, chimed in.
When asked by reporters Monday if he had killed any insurgents, Prince Harry replied, “Yeah, so, lots of people have. … Yes, we fire when we have to, take a life to save a life, but essentially we’re more of a deterrent than anything else.”
Donny Deutsch was the only panelist who expressed appreciation for the prince’s service: “I am so pleasantly surprised that a royal is actually in real duty … if he’s putting his life on the line, he can do whatever he wants.”
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