Beto O'Rourke Smacks Down Bill O'Reilly After O'Reilly Tried to Call BS on Beto's Story About a Woman He Met With 4 Jobs
Former Fox News star Bill O'Reilly attacked Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke on Twitter Tuesday night, accusing the former Texas Representative of lying after he shared an example of the plight of the working poor in the United States.
Zach Braff Just Destroyed Bill O'Reilly With a Savage 5 Word Tweet After O'Reilly Claimed the New Shutdown Deal Is 'Advantage Trump'
After President Donald Trump declared an end to the longest government shutdown in American history Friday afternoon, former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly showered praise onto the president. It did not go well.
Trump agreed to sign a continuing resolution opening the federal government until February 15, giving Congress 21 days to pass legislation for his desired border wall or "barrier." If a deal to the president's liking is not presented, Trump threatened another partial shutdown and possibly even declaring a state of national emergency.
Bill O'Reilly and Fox News are reportedly negotiating O'Reilly's exit. The network's top-rated star is facing additional allegations of sexual harassment and has lost sponsors following a report from the New York Times on April 1.
According to the Wall Street Journal, which, like Fox News, is owned by Rupert Murdoch, "Fox News is preparing to cut ties with star anchor Bill O’Reilly, according to people close to the situation."
Two major sponsors of The O'Reilly Report have pulled their ads from the show. The move follows the news that Bill O'Reilly and Fox News have paid out millions of dollars to settle sexual harassment lawsuits against the host of the network's most popular show.
On Sunday, The New York Times published a lengthy and well-documented article revealing that "a total of five women have received pay outs from either Mr. O'Reilly or the company in exchange for agreeing not to pursue litigation or speak about their accusations against him. Their agreements totaled about $13 million."