Pot meet kettle?

Fresh off her her walkout earlier this week, self-proclaimed non-witch Christine O'Donnell hit Today this morning to slam Piers Morgan as "creepy."

And she didn't stop there.

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According to O'Donnell, it was Morgan's "very inappropriate, creepy line of questioning" that featured "sex questions that he would not ask of a man" that prompted her big storm off from his CNN show on Wednesday.

Things took a turn for the worse during the interview when Morgan asked O'Donnell about her views on gay marriage and abstinence, which she addresses in her memoir Trouble Maker (she was on the show to promote it). She refused to answer and, after a bit of arguing, made her big exit.

And although the Tea Party poster girl looked a bit angry when asked those "sex questions"—such as if she supported gay marriage (she told Morgan he was "borderline being a bit rude")—O'Donnell said her response was "not about gay marriage" but rather that the interview was running late and she was getting a wrap-up signal so she could attend an event for Republican women.

She didn't have much of an explanation for why that prompted one of her peeps to block the camera when she cut the interview short, however.

"[Morgan] needs the ratings, which is why he's exaggerating what happened," she claimed this morning. "I didn't storm off. His sound person is the one who took off my mic."

But, wait, there's more.

"I didn't even want to do the Piers Morgan show quite honestly because I knew that he resorts to these dirty tricks," O'Donnell said.

"Trick" questions that, once again, were prompted by topics from O'Donnell's own book.

Consider this feud still on.

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