Bill O’Reilly predicts dark period for America with next president
“I don’t think Americans are going to come together,” Mr. O’Reilly told The Washington Times from his New York offices while preparing for his daily “The O’Reilly Factor” show on Fox News. “In 2008, after Obama beat McCain, 70 percent of Americans said, ‘OK, that’s fair and square; we’ll give him a chance.’ This time, it’s not going to be close to that.”
Mr. O’Reilly believes that when either Republican Donald Trump or Democrat Hillary Clinton moves into 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. on Jan. 20, the liberal and conservative attack wings of the media will not simply lay down their arms. Rather, he thinks the battle will heat up.
“Say Trump wins. Do you think The New York Times and The Washington Post are going to stop hammering him?” he said. “And the same thing with Hillary: If she wins, is the right wing going get behind her? That’s inconceivable.
“So 2017 is going to be a very tough year for America.” – READ MORE