Bill O’Reilly insists that he did nothing wrong despite being fired by Fox News amidst sexual harassment allegations. O’Reilly went on the Today show this morning to promote his latest book in the best-selling “Killing” series (Killing...Show More Summary
Bill O'Reilly told NBC's The TODAY Show that he did nothing wrong, attacked his accuser and claimed Fox News just made a business decision to let him go. Nothing to see here, just move along. When host Matt Lauer asked O'Reilly what he exact reason was for his dismissal at Fox News, Bill started off with a whopper. "There was no reason. Show More Summary
Bill O’Reilly spoke with Matt Lauer of The Today Show on Tuesday for his first T.V. interview since his April firing. O’Reilly said to Lauer about his firing, “If you look at the totality, this was a hit job. A political and financial...Show More Summary
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Former Fox News Channel star Bill O’Reilly had plenty to say about his firing from the cable channel six months ago over sexual harassment allegations during an interview with Matt Lauer this morning on NBC’s “Today” show. O’Reilly stood behind...
The disgraced TV host is still churning out history books, but without his perch at Fox, can he sell them?
Was he like, related to Dinah Washington somehow?
Despite the litany of accusations made against him, Bill O'Reilly has no trouble sleeping at night! The former host of The O'Reilly Factor appeared on TODAY six months after being ousted at Fox News, where he called the sexual harassment charges made against him nothing but a "political and financial hit job." Related: Bill Desperately Returns To [...]
The Fox News host has gone rogue in his defense of former colleague Bill O'Reilly. Fox News host Sean Hannity turned his radio show into a platform for embattled former colleague Bill O’Reilly to undermine the reports of sexual harassment that led Fox to terminate his employment earlier this year, and repeatedly urged him to return to the network. Show More Summary
"This was a hit job, a political and financial hit job," O'Reilly said on the "Today" show.
Bill O'Reilly is characterizing his firing from Fox News Channel as a "political hit job" and says the network made a business decision to get rid of him. In a contentious interview with Matt Lauer of NBC's "Today" show on Tuesday, O'Reilly said his conscience was clear about how he dealt with...
It has been six months since Bill O’Reilly was ousted from his top-rated Fox News show The O’Reilly Factor, but as he made clear in a Tuesday interview with Matt Lauer on the Today Show to promote his new book, he has reflected very little on his actions. O’Reilly said the sexual harassment claims filed against him […]
The axed host did all he could to paint himself as the victim, claiming it was a coordinated 'hit job' against him that led to his ouster.
"Why didn't you sue these women?" NBC’s Matt Lauer got into a tense interview with Bill O’Reilly on Tuesday in which he cornered the disgraced former Fox News host over the multiple claims of sexual harassment leveled against him. Throughout...Show More Summary
NBC host Matt Lauer grilled former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly in one of his first major television appearances since he was ousted following revelations of numerous sexual harassment allegations against him. In an interview on the "Today" show...Show More Summary
Bill O’Reilly spoke out about his firing from Fox News Channel as well as sexual harassment allegations filed against him in an interview with Matt Lauer Tuesday morning on Today. O’Reilly was on the show to plug his new book Killing...Show More Summary
Bill O’Reilly has more to say about why Fox News let him go. Read more...
NBC’s Matt Lauer got into a tense interview with Bill O’Reilly on Tuesday in which he cornered the disgraced former Fox News host over the multiple claims of sexual harassment leveled against him. Throughout the interview, O’Reilly maintained that he was totally innocent of any...
Click here for reuse options! As if he needed more publicity, O’Reilly will appear on the "Today Show" this morning. Despite being forced out of his Fox News show after multiple allegations of sexual harassment, Bill O’Reilly is back on television again today. Show More Summary
Sean Hannity wants Bill O’Reilly back at Fox News.