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I expect there to be a lot of controversy if the deal goes through

This A list network are reportedly making overtures to a disgraced A list personality, who was formerly one of the biggest names on the network. ‘I expect there to be a lot of controversy if the deal goes through,’ our source whispers.

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This A list network are reportedly making overtures to a disgraced A list personality, who was formerly one of the biggest names on the network.

‘I expect there to be a lot of controversy if the deal goes through,’ our source whispers.

Bill O’Reilly

FOX News

Sean Hannity and Geraldo Rivera say Bill O’Reilly should ‘come back’ to Fox News just four months after the disgraced host was fired amid sexual harassment allegations

Bill O’Reilly was sacked in April this year amid a sexual harassment scandal

Sean Hannity talked to O’Reilly during his radio show Monday telling the disgraced Fox News host he should come back to the network

Hannity’s sentiments were echoed by Geraldo Rivera who said O’Reilly already did felony time’ for a misdemeanor’ and its ‘time for work release’

O’Reilly said he was focusing his time off the cable network on ‘investigating’ his firing and says he believes there is a left wing conspiracy against him

O’Reilly has previously claimed Fox News has suffered without him, adding there was a ‘sameness’ to their Hurricane Irma footage – Source

 

Bill O’Reilly appears on Fox News for first time since his ouster

Bill O’Reilly appeared on Sean Hannity’s Fox News show Tuesday evening, his first appearance on the network since he was ousted in April amid sexual harassment allegations.

“I’m here, I’m alive, and the spin stops here,” O’Reilly said at the outset of the first of three segments on Hannity’s Fox News program.

During the lengthy interview, O’Reilly and Hannity discussed a number of topics, including President Trump’s war with the NFL, the supposed bias of the establishment media and O’Reilly’s new “Killing England” book.

The two media heavyweights also took aim at liberal media watchdog groups, with O’Reilly saying he “should have” fought back more aggressively when such organizations targeted his advertisers. – Source

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