Conservative Bill O’Reilly complained on Monday that the media is treating Donald Trump differently than Barack Obama when it comes to drug use. He defended the President taking a potentially dangerous drug.
Bill O’Reilly, the former Fox News host who left the network in 2017 amid a sexual harassment scandal, said in an interview with former colleague Sean Hannity that coronavirus victims “were on their last legs anyway,” according to audio posted online by Media Matters.
Disgraced ex-Fox News star Bill O'Reilly may have spent a career trying to take down people like Hillary Clinton, but this week the 2016 popular vote winner had the last laugh.
“So Dan Rather, who knows very little about history, and others go out and they hammer Trump like he's a moron," says the man who knows nothing of history
With Bill O'Reilly gone from Fox News, MSNBC's The Rachel Maddow show is poised to be the top-rated program on cable news, and this new reality is massively bumming out conservatives.
He released a serial rapist to rape again and on the show of a guy fired for sexual harassment said you can't kiss a woman leaning away from you
Bill O'Reilly really believes that there was a left-wing plot to get him out of Fox News and he went to some crazy lengths to try to save his job.
Trump is about to learn two very painful lessons: he isn't above the law, and he isn't above the avenging voice of America's outraged women.
If this type of behavior precludes somebody from hosting a one-hour talk show, then it certainly should disqualify a man from holding the most powerful and prestigious office in the world.
Activists are calling the firing of Bill O'Reilly what it really is, a victory over a serial sexual predator, but are warning that there is still a sexual harassment problem at Fox News that advertisers need to be wary of.
It is being reported that Fox News will announce that Bill O'Reilly is history, and the big sticking point in exit negotiations is whether or not O'Reilly will be allowed an on-air goodbye to his audience.
With a plurality of Americans against him, "Bill O'Reilly's brand is so toxic right now the only place that might hire him is the White House."
With advertisers gone and the protest movement against him growing more intense, Bill O'Reilly and Fox News are discussing his departure from the network, which could come as soon as the end of this week.
A massive protest led by the groups UltraViolet and Color of Change rocked the headquarters of Fox News as sexual assault, and sexual harassment survivors demanded that Bill O'Reilly be fired from Fox News.
It is being reported that at least one member of the Murdoch family wants to take Bill O'Reilly off the air permanently, and if he gets his way, O'Reilly could be dumped during his April vacation.
We must look at the systemic misogyny and sexism in every workplace, not only the horrors made public in one television company.
It's up to Fox News to choose what's more important to them – making money while fostering an environment of sexual assault, or doing the right thing.
Mere days after proclaiming April to be sexual assault and awareness month, and claiming he was recommitting "ourselves" to fighting it, President Trump defended Fox News host Bill O'Reilly, who reportedly settled five lawsuits over claims of sexual harassment.
Fox News is going to take a massive financial hit as many as 15 advertisers have pulled their ads from Bill O'Reilly's show The O'Reilly Factor, in the wake of a new wave of sexual harassment revelations.
In the midst of his advertisers fleeing by the minute, Fox News's Bill O'Reilly went after CNN's Don Lemon with a claim that Lemon didn't cover the Susan Rice story. The CNN host shot back and took down O'Reilly for not covering his own sexual harassment scandal.