Bill O'Reilly was ousted from Fox News in April after paying $13 million in settlements to five women who accused him of sexual harassment in the workplace. On Tuesday, O'Reilly's old network invited him back for a guest appearance with Sean Hannity.
O'Reilly and Hannity gloated about a recent victory in the ratings:
Hannity's show recently moved to the 9pm spot, pitting him against Rachel Maddow on MSNBC.
Hannity came away the ratings victor, and O'Reilly was pleased by this result:
Though he never mentioned her by name, it was clear who O'Reilly was referring to:
O’Reilly: I want to tell everybody, last night Hannity kicked MSNBC’s butt.
Hannity: No, no. Say it. You can say “a**.”
O’Reilly: Didn’t beat that woman. Didn’t... didn’t eek by. Slaughtered her.
Twitter users weren't impressed by either Hannity or O'Reilly:
O'Reilly also chimed in on NFL players kneeling during the National Anthem:
When the Jaguars and Ravens were over in London and they kneeled down on a foreign soil and then they stood up for the British national anthem, I was angry and sad because I don't believe those players know what they are doing.
About 3,000 miles east of you there are American military people in Kandahar, Afghanistan, whose entertainment revolves around the Armed Forces Network that broadcasts football games. I was over there in '07. I watched football games with them. Can you imagine putting your life on the line in Afghanistan and having just the leisure time and wanting to the watch a football game and seeing your players, your American players, disrespect the country and the flag on foreign soil. Can you imagine how painful that was?
Here's a video of the full interview:
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