O’Reilly: Trump and I are victims

Bill O’Reilly doesn’t believe he can analyze President Trump fairly because he sees too much in common in the type of people that are coming after them.

O’Reilly, who abruptly exited his role as the leading media personality at Fox News in his ultra popular show “The O’Reilly Factor” amidst sexual assault accusations earlier this year, is now on a public speaking tour. In a recent speech, O’Reilly opened up about why he feels the need to defend President Trump.

“It is now almost impossible for me to analyze Donald Trump fairly because he is being treated so unfairly, you see?” he said. “And I know because the same people who came at me are behind what’s happening to him. The same people. So, I know that this is a fraud being perpetuated on you, the American voter, because they — the progressive, organized far left — didn’t or won’t accept the election. They won’t. They will not accept it.”

O’Reilly was left with no other choice but to leave Fox News in April after reports surfaced the network had paid out over $13 million in sexual assault settlements. He vowed that more information would surface, however, and that he would be vindicated in time.

 

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