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Bill O'Reilly defends Megyn Kelly in new interview

13 Septembre 2017

"Now she's making good money, and she's in a good position, so what has she done wrong?" O'Reilly called the venture "extremely lucrative" and said he has "hundreds of thousands" of loyal subscribers. I'm busy" - but added, "I watched the Putin interview because I want to interview Putin. "I feel bad for her", he said in an interview amid rumors his former Fox News colleague could lose her job.

O'Reilly exited Fox News amidst the turmoil but emphatically distances himself any harassment there. It doesn't matter how much evidence she had, he was going to deny it. So right away, you've got a guy talking in Russian - who understands English, by the way; it's the old Fidel Castro trick - and he's looking at her and he's got this little sneer on his face going, 'Look, lady, you can ask me anything, and I'm just going to deny it and I'm going to try to make you look stupid.' And that's what he did. "Megyn asked the right questions".

The former "Kelly File" host's new Sunday show is on hiatus during the National Football League season and NBC's upcoming Winter Olympics coverage, but will return in spring. And after me, at 9 p.m., she did very well.

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"He acts and he speaks emotionally, OK?" And I knew as soon as I saw Putin's facial expression what he was going to do with Megyn Kelly.

"If you understand history - and I think Trump does to some extent, but not perhaps to the extent that is needed in this day and age - when you understand the evil that happened in the '30s and '40s in Germany, in Europe and even in Japan, really, truly understand it, you can't make comments about it in any other context other than, this is pure evil", he said. "And that's why he got hammered". He spent more than 20 years on the air with Fox News.

In fact, O'Reilly said he doesn't miss TV. The former Fox News star discussed the possibility in a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter. Sinclair Broadcast Group, which owns CNY Central in Syracuse, is rumored to be building a conservative empire to compete with Fox News.

Bill O'Reilly defends Megyn Kelly in new interview