Tea party favorite Christine O'Donnell on Thursday denied she walked off CNN's Piers Morgan Tonight the night before.

In an interview with the conservative site The Daily Caller, O'Donnell claimed host Piers Morgan was promoting a liberal agenda, and added that she wasn't ruffled by a question on gay marriage but instead it was a previous question on masturbation that turned the interview sour for her.

After playing a clip of a younger O'Donnell saying “masturbation is wrong,” Morgan asked the former Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate from Delaware whether she still felt the same way.

“If he was sitting there talking to Barack Obama or Joe Biden or any other male Senate candidates, talking about masturbation and all of this stuff, it would've been creepy,” O'Donnell said.

But O'Donnell didn't complain until Morgan asked about her position on marriage equality and whether she shares Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann's view that “Don't Ask, Don't Tell,” the policy set to expire on September 20 that bans gay and bisexual troops from serving openly, should be reinstated.

O'Donnell replied that Morgan was being “rude” and moments later she ended the interview.

“You're borderline being a little bit rude. I obviously want to talk about the issues that I choose to talk about in the book,” O'Donnell said, a reference to her book Troublemaker: Let's Do What it Takes to Make America Great Again. (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)

“Keep in mind, Piers Morgan is a liberal host with his own agenda,” O'Donnell told the site. “The way that they portrayed it is taken totally out of context.”

She added that she left because the interview had gone on longer than expected: “If you're looking beyond what Piers is pretending it is, I didn't storm off.”