Potus Says O'Reilly Did Nothing Wrong - This Woman Says Otherwise

Potus Says O'Reilly Did Nothing Wrong - This Woman Says Otherwise”

All five of the women who relieved settlements worked at Fox News, which ranged from junior producers to on-air personalities and anchors dating back to 2002. O'Reilly has denied that the claims have merit. In 2014, she was named outstanding news talk-radio host by the Gracie Awards.

Her lawsuit, filed Monday, says a promised position on the Fox show "The Five" never happened after she rejected Ailes' sexual advances.

The number of ads that run on "The O'Reilly Factor" has been steadily declining as a growing amount of companies boycott the show amid the Fox News host's sexual harassment scandal.

Seated alongside Bash, CNN's Nia-Malika Henderson added some context to the topic of alleged sexual harassment.

Of course, in the wake of the most recent controversy flare-up, President Trump, also a total creeper no matter how you try to slice it, chimed in to defend O'Reilly, saying "I don't think Bill did anything wrong". With his right-wing, and sometimes controversial viewpoints, O'Reilly's show is a cash cow for the network, generating millions of dollars in advertising revenue for Fox. I guess, except of course, if it happens to be your friend, Bill O'Reilly, who is the one accused of sexually violating.

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Rebecca Diamond, one of the women who reportedly settled her sexual harassment allegations against the racist commentator, expressed her disappointment over Trump's comments. While these brands are fleeing from the association with a man who has disrespected female colleagues and employees at Fox, Donald Trump is standing by O'Reilly.

Once the congresswoman started, it was hard to stop her rant about O'Reilly and the allegations that have been leveled against him.

Waters' remarks came a week after O'Reilly was forced to apologize for a glib remark about the congresswoman's hair.

It could be deeply embedded in her character or maybe her genes, but by now the American people should know Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) is incapable of biting her tongue when it comes to Donald Trump and his administration.

Fox News didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.

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