I was on Bill O’Reilly twice—on the show, not the man, a clarification that apparently needs to be made these days. In fact, O’Reilly never sexually harassed me. But his viewers did.
Last week, Bill O’Reilly was forced out at Fox News because Rupert Murdoch’s sons want to buy the remaining shares of a British satellite television company and fostering an alleged sexual predator and serial abuser for more than a decade had reportedly become a hiccup.
Former Fox News reporter and weekend anchor Alisyn Camerota, now at CNN, appeared on her network’s Reliable Sources program Sunday to reveal for the first time that former Fox CEO Roger Ailes sexually harassed her over the decade she worked there.
Fox News and its parent company 21st Century Fox spent millions of dollars and more than a decade protecting Bill O’Reilly from allegations that he abused and harassed women, but all at once this week it became enough.
Fun fact: Bret Stephens’ book America in Retreat was blurbed by Bill O’Reilly, who called it “An important book for your well-being.”
Alec Baldwin returned to Saturday Night Live this weekend to play his signature role (twice) as President Donald Trump. But he also added a new character this week, skewering the host of Fox News show The Factor, Bill O’Reilly.
Listen. We all know that your Auntie Maxine Waters is not here for the shenanigans, and she doesn’t mince her words. Her tongue has grown sharper in the wake of the Trump administration, and that was proved once again Wednesday night when Auntie called Fox News “a sexual harassment enterprise.”
President Donald Trump, who once admitted to using his fame to accost women without their consent, stepped up on Wednesday to defend embattled Fox News host Bill O’Reilly, who’s also reportedly a serial abuser of women.
Bill O’Reilly used a portion of his Tuesday night show to shed light on the “hidden reason” that liberals want to abolish the Electoral College. To sum up: he thinks white people should be very afraid.
The libtard media is obsessed with drumming up "a white power movement storyline that simply doesn't exist" to malign President-elect Donald Trump, according to Fox News talking head Bill O'Reilly.
Donald Trump says his plan to deport 11 million undocumented people living in America will not involve immigration detention centers. In fact, Trump claimed in an interview with Bill O’Reilly on Monday, he’s never even heard the term “detention center.” Would you be shocked to find that a string of prior statements…
On Tuesday night night, Bill O'Reilly said some terrible things about slavery, suggesting its impact was lessened because some slaves were "well fed" when they built the White House.
Bill O'Reilly added his expert opinion to the growing cavalcade of old white men who are positive that slavery wasn't all that bad for black people and that we should really give slaveowners something of a retroactive break.
Fox News mainstay Bill O'Reilly prides himself on presiding over a "no spin zone," in which the truth—or at least, his truth—reigns supreme. Of course, any savvy media consumer understands that, when it comes to 24-hour news networks, truth, like beauty, is often in the eye of the beholder.
Fox News host Bill O’Reilly is concerned that Donald Trump isn’t doing a good job reaching out to a key constituency: “ill-educated” black people with face tattoos.