He took to Twitter to share:
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On Wednesday, Donald Trump appeared on The O'Reilly Factor to chat it up about
the possibility of the world being doomed his Presidential campaign.
In a move that shocked absolutely no one, the 69-year-old would not back down, but rather continued to point fingers at other people.
Despite the presidential hopeful's campaign manager Corey Lewandowski saying the dropout had "nothing to do with Megyn Kelly," the businessman not only tweeted mean things yesterday about the Fox News host but told Reilly:
Well, this is a surprise!
Bill O — normally nice to Trump and super soft on questioning any conservative politician — took The Donald to task over the presidential candidate's recent racist comments on Muslims and refugees in America.
He even tells the Republican frontrunner to get up off Twitter!
Watch the TV pundit take down the real estate mogul in an unlikely clash (below):
Apparently he doesn't even know how to feud right!
Yeah we know, it might be tough for you to remember that because it was a WHOLE five days ago!
Well apparently he's gone back on his word as Fox News just announced that the GOP candidate will
We don't think he'll ever get it…
It seems like Bill O'Reilly is at it again, making ridiculous claims but sticking to his guns!
During another night of The O'Reilly Factor (below), the talk show host had a segment about misgendering people — something O'Reilly is apparently still struggling with!
While talking about how people can identify as one of six genders, O'Reilly called a particular person a "loon" because they suggested that outlets be fined for incorrectly identifying transgender people. This ultimately sparked the Factor host to start talking about Caitlyn Jenner and say:
Donald Trump almost did the unthinkable… apologize for something he said!
On Monday, the former Apprentice host appeared on The O'Reilly Factor to clarify his comments, and almost deliver an apology!
Bill O'Reilly got his longtime friend to acknowledge that McCain is a war hero, but The Donald still argued that the Arizona senator could be doing a better job fighting for our country's veterans, explaining: