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Bill O'Reilly STILL Denies Ever Harassing Employees & Tells Matt Lauer Those Career-Ending Accusations Were A 'Hit Job'

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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 News With Very Own Internet Show!

Sitting down with Matt Lauer, the political pundit denied ever having been accused of misconduct against women — until he was faced with the claims that ended his cable news career. He insisted:

"Not in 42 years. In 42 years, I've been in this business. I worked with 12 companies. Not one time did I have any interaction with HR, any complaints filed against me."

Earlier this year, it was reported that five women were paid a settlement of $13 million by the network for agreeing not to file lawsuits or speak publicly about the allegations against O'Reilly.

But the conservative commentator claims he knows nothing about Fox's "business decision" in paying off his accusers. He continued:

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Bill O'Reilly Desperately Returns To The News With His Own Internet Show!

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Bill O'Reilly is back on the air… sort of!

Earlier this year, the veteran anchor was fired from Fox News after an explosive sexual harassment lawsuit rocked the network.

Following his ousting, O'Reilly claimed the entire lawsuit was organized by a "left-wing cabal" to sabotage his career. But clearly, the cabal didn't sabotage hard enough, because the political pundit is back on the air with his OWN internet news program!

Related: Bill Says America's 'Hatred' Killed Roger Ailes!

Wednesday night marked the debut of O'Reilly's 30-minute long news show, shot inside a studio and made available on his website!

The broadcast kicked off like your average O'Reilly news report. At the top of the show, the conservative commentator discussed Donald Trump's remarks about North Korea along with the media's coverage of it.

But the anchor also seemed a bit self-conscious of the downgraded platform, asking his loyal viewers:

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Fox Sports Fires Head Of Programming Amid Sexual Harassment Accusations!

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First Fox News, now Fox Sports?

The sports wing of the Fox media empire is the latest to be plagued by sexual harassment allegations. The network has been investigating claims for just a week, and they've already made a huge dismissal.

Photos: Some Of The Worst Things Donald Trump Has Said About Women…

Jamie Horowitz, head of programming (pictured above with Shannon Sharpe), has been fired as a probe by an independent law firm questioned several women, according to an inside report from the Los Angeles Times.

We still don't know what Horowitz was accused of specifically, but the implication is pretty clear; in an email to staff announcing the decision, President Eric Shanks wrote:

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Sean Hannity Losing Advertisers FAST After Spreading Offensive Fake News!

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Will Sean Hannity be the next Bill O'Reilly?

Hannity has been talking out of his ass for YEARS, but it looks like his latest fake news scandal may have crossed the line as it has a LOT of advertisers jumping ship!

Cars.com, Casper mattresses, Leesa Sleep, sports equipment company Peloton, security company Ring, and Veteran insurance company USAA have all pulled their ads.

Related: Fox News Host Bob Beckel Fired Over 'Insensitive Remark To An African-American Employee'

Crowne Plaza Hotels told Buzzfeed News their spots were never meant to air on Hannity and that they have no plans to advertise on Fox News "for the foreseeable future."

So what is all this about?? Donald Trump's favorite story: fake news.

In case you generally choose to keep Hannity's voice out of your ears (and as usual we could not possibly blame you), here's a brief recap:

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Bill O'Reilly Says America's 'Hatred' Killed Former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes!

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Some would say Roger Ailes didn't have much to live for after last year's career-ending sexual harassment scandal.

But Bill O'Reilly, fellow Fox News fallen angel, knows exactly who to blame for the former network head's recent death: the haters and losers!

A coroner's report determined Ailes died on Thursday after an earlier fall caused a bleed in his brain — however, O'Reilly is has a more controversial theory.

Related: O'Reilly & Glenn Beck Teaming Up For Weekly Radio Show!

The political pundit wrote an obituary for Ailes in a USA Today op-ed, in which he blamed the technology-driven "hatred" of today's America for killing the former CEO of the cable news network.

He lamented:

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Fox News Host Bob Beckel Fired Over 'Insensitive Remark To An African-American Employee'

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FOX News' The Five may have to be called The Three soon.

Not only is Kimberly Guilfoyle reportedly being tempted away with the position of Donald Trump's White House Press Secretary, but the man in the seat next to her just got straight up FIRED.

Bob Beckel was fired for the second time in two years, after just returning to the network in January after being fired in 2012 over various controversies.

This time he was let go "for making an insensitive remark to an African-American employee," according to a network spokesperson.

Related: Roger Ailes Dead At 77

Attorney Douglas Widor, who is representing the offended employee, told the press in his own statement:

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