Bill O'Reilly promises to make news about his firing

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Giugno 20, 2017

During a Q&A session on his "The Spin Stops Here" tour on Long Island, O'Reilly was asked if he'll launch a network.

"I am starting my own operation", O'Reilly told an audience at a live show on Long Island on Saturday, per Newsday. "It's basically an experiment to see how many people are going to want this service", he said. That's coming and will be here before September in a robust form. will test a half-hour news program "where we will go into a studio and here it will look like The Factor..."

O'Reilly was forced out at Fox in April amid a swarm of sexual harassment allegations and reports that the network paid out $13 million to five women so they wouldn't pursue legal action against him.

"I suspect there will be another network maybe merging with us. We are going to do that", O'Reilly said, according to Newser. "I can't really get into depth about why I left Fox and what's going to happen now", O'Reilly teased at one point, suggesting that it was his idea to start bleeding advertisers and permanently tarnish his good-ish name.

"A bunch of people are looking to compete with Fox because there's a perception" of decline, he reportedly added.

The Harlem MC then speaks on O'Reilly's reputation, and claims that he was "borderline racist" on the network.

Fox News is still the most-watched cable news network, but it has faced stronger competition in recent weeks as MSNBC and its star anchor, Rachel Maddow, have made ratings gains due to their focus on critical coverage of President Donald Trump's administration.

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