Megyn Kelly and Bill O’Reilly Battle It Out Over Roger Ailes

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Fox News host Bill O’Reilly has slammed colleague Megyn Kelly for detailing her charges of sexual harassment in her new book, “Settle For More.”

O’Reilly said the fact that Kelly would cover her sexual harassment charges against former Fox Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes makes their network “look bad.”

Interviewed on CBS This Morning, Megyn Kelly hit back with, “I believe that Roger Ailes made the company look bad.”

Kelly stated that prior to publishing the book, she discussed the matter with Fox CEO Rupert Murdoch and his son, Lacklan Murdoch, and said, “We were all on the same page that this is an important chapter to include.”   She added, “They feel as I do – that sunlight is the best disinfectant.”

O’Reilly declared, “I’m not interested in litigating something that is finished that makes my network look bad. That doesn’t interest me one bit.”

On his show Tuesday night, without mentioning Kelly, O’Reilly spouted, “If somebody is paying you a wage, you owe that person or company allegiance. If you don’t like what’s happening in the workplace, go to human resources or leave! I’ve done that. And then take the action you need to take afterward, if you feel aggrieved.”

O’Reilly continued, “There are labor laws in this country. But don’t try to run down the concern that supports you by trying to undermine it. Factor tip of the day: loyalty is good.”

 

 

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