Friday, November 18, 2016

Bill O’Reilly Suggests Megyn Kelly Is Making Fox News ‘Look Bad’

By The Daily Beast, Nov. 14, 2016 

Bill O’Reilly seemingly went after his network’s biggest star on Tuesday morning, indirectly swiping at Megyn Kelly for promoting her book, Settle for More, which partially focuses on the sexual harassment she experienced while working under recently ousted Fox News CEO Roger Ailes. While appearing on CBS This Morning, the O’Reilly Factor host—who is promoting a children’s book—repeatedly shied away from discussing Kelly. When the anchors brought up her book, he shot back, “I’m not that interested in this.”

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  1. I think Bill O'Reilly is absolutely right. I became so disgusted with Megyn Kelly's liberal leaning bias against the Republican nominee that I am unable to watch it. Now I hear that she is using Fox to sell a book that trashes some of her time on the network under Roger Ailes and the President-elect. I don't believe a word of what she says.

    If Mr. Murdoch promotes her to the centrist figure on Fox that she wants, they will lose me as a viewer. It's the only neighborhood now where we can get objective news...any show but hers.

    1. Objective? YOU'RE A F*CKING MORON...

  2. I stopped watching her during the campaign. The only thing she talked about was the sexual allegations about Trump. She is no better than the lying liberals on msnbc


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