tv The O Reilly Factor FOX News August 17, 2016 5:00pm-6:01pm PDT
>> our condolences to matt's family loved ones, friends and television colleagues through the years. he will be missed. he was only 34. o'reilly factor is on. tonight: >> we reject the bigotry of hillary clinton which panders to and talks down to communities of color and sees them only as votes. that's all they care about. >> donald trump making a populist appeal, especially to black americans to support his presidential campaign. did the speech work? talking points will analyze. >> he is making a new group of black lives matter. he is making a new group of people that so distrust and hate the system that they will buy anything. >> glenn beck once again hammering mr. trump for his negativity. mr. beck will be here. >> for those that are
perceivablably white is just not safe to be here and that's why i'm decide toggle leave also ahead, journalists in milwaukee fearful for their safety. we will tell you what's going on out there. >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone, the factor begins right now. ♪ ♪ >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. donald trump goes back to his populist approach. and that is the sung of this evening's talking points memo. in a speech last night outside of milwaukee, the candidate spoke forcefully about the problems facing america. trying to broaden his appeal, mr. trump directed some of his remarks at african-americans. >> i'm asking for the vote of every african-american citizen struggling in our country today who want a
different and much better future. [cheers and applause] it's time for our society to address some honest and very, very difficult truths, the democratic party has failed and betrayed the african-american community. >> mr. trump pointing to the median household income for blacks falling during president obama's tenure. black home ownership also fallen. and the black poverty rate has risen slightly. as far as crime is concerned, backs make up 13% of the population, but 38% of all violent crime arrests are african-american individuals. in education, blacks have the highest dropout rate among ethnic group and score lowest among american groups in math and writing on the sat's. so it would seem that donald trump has a point. the stats say that under a progressive democratic president, black americans are less well-off than they
were under president bush, the younger. now, it would be hard to believe that black americans would rally behind donald trump because he has been successfully demonized in many african-american prey 60's. plus, trump's style doesn't seem to appeal to minority voters in general. clonk there -- i don't think there is any question about that. liberal policies have not really helped the african-american community lately. however, talking points believes that change is not in the air, that blacks and other minorities will go big for hillary clinton despite the current state state of the union. will anything change that? no. and that's the memo. now for the top story, why do african-americans remain so loyal to the democratic party? joining us from miami criminal defense attorney an del brown, here in new york city reverend jacques degraff. the stats are in stone. republican still have a very hard time convincing african-americans to give a
hard look. why is that? >> if you look at the trump campaign, on the first day of his campaign he went and insulted a significant portion of the population. it's been down hill overthat. >> how did he do that. >> when he talked about mexican rapists and others. that was the first day of his campaign. a year later into his campaign and now is he talking to black folk. >> do you think african-americans were offended by a remark based upon snug glories, people snug glories that some mexicans who cross the border illegally are rapists and drug dealers? do you think african-americans were offended by that? >> african-americans observed the tone of the campaign and said this is not a campaign that is in any way trying to embrace or include me. and. >> is there anything else? do you have another backup for why they would think that way? i'm very curious to know. >> because there has been a hostile atmosphere. if you look at the audience of the crowd that he was making the speech to. there were no african-americans. >> it's overwhelmingly, according to the polls, in brown, only 2% of african-americans currently support mr. trump. so in any crowd, there is not going to be very many of
them. we have certainly had trump supporters around here. but, i don't understand why and let's take trump out of the equation just for the moment because romney didn't do well and mccain didn't do well in the african-american. >> they both did better than him though. >> yes, but not by a lot. single digits from both. >> single digits, yes. why sjted the african-american community saying we had a plaque president. didn't really help us much. democratic party hasn't really helped us much. maybe we go supply side economics and look for a guy stimulate the economy that perhaps would be better. why don't they do that? >> well, you also have to look at what trump has said and done himself, not necessarily as you would put it being demonized. in november 2015 trump retweeted a very highly inaccurate casting flerns a bad light tweet basically said black people killed 81% of white people. i mean, that was just totally inaccurate.
you even addressed it on your show, bill. >> let me just, yes, and i said to mr. trump was foolish to, quote: retweet a fallacious stat, all right? >> it wasn't a stat coming from him. he just picked it up. african-american guy would have been outraged. again,. >> rightly so. >> i'm trying to trump and go to the policies that aren't working for the african-american community. it's obvious they are not working. it's obvious in the economic. >> both sides. >> they're not. the african-americans aren't looking at both sides. they have written trump off. i think that's pretty clear. >> because trump and the republican party is not just trump as you are indicating. the house of representatives blocked everything that the president has been trying to do for eight years. >> give me example. >> affordable care act. >> it passed. >> it passed in spite of them and passed with compromises on a state-by-state level. >> you know what's happening now, right, reverend with the affordable care act. >> the affordable care act is in distress because of the various compromises that
had to be made along the way. >> in distress because of the spending level that the federal government has put out there so working class black americans are paying far more for health insurance while some poorer americans get it free. >> black americans like any other group in america are capable of determining their own best interest. and black americans don't have a relationship with the republican party because of the hostile environment that they fostered for eight years. >> i don't know if the democratic party, mr. brown, is doing them any good. do you believe the democratic party is doing african-americans any good right now? >> one of the things that i have seen, especially in the area of criminal justice reform with the fair sentencing act, which removed the distinctions between crack cocaine and powder cocaine that disproportionately affected african-american communities so that was one major thing. also, in education, i think that's an area where president obama has stepped up with the funding for schools based on racing towards the top instead of racing towards the bottom. common core education. making sure kids in chicago.
>> if you look at the stats, african-american schools lag behind white schools big time. and, and, the democratic party has blocked the voucher system. i just wanting to make mr. brown aware. they have blocked the voucher system which we give poor blacks an option to attend private schools. and they blocked that all right, i want you. >> obviously, bill, this problem wasn't created overnight it won't be solved overnight. >> it's getting worse. >> point to a number of educators in the charter school system, the voucher school system and they say that these things are working for african-american communities. >> they're not working on paper. the stats are in stone. last word. >> one the areas of distress in our communities is at risk male youth. this president has highlighted it and hillary clinton has made a commitment to doing things like with the eagle academy in new york that exists in areas of distress. >> i have been on board with president obama -- wait a minute. wait a minute. i have been on board as you know at the white house. >> you were together. >> brother's keeper
initiative. since that time i have done a lot to try to get that into the public eye and have not been met with cooperation from president obama. i wish he would. because it's a very good program. however, and this is the final word. when you look at a president, he has been in office almost 8 years, you have to evaluate what has been accomplished. and there is no question, according to the stats, that blacks are worse off. gentlemen, great debate. thanks very much. next on the run down, a shocking poll from the "l.a. times" says trump only 1 point behind hillary clinton. but other polls give the secretary a growing lead. bolling and rivera will debate it glenn beck not a big fan of trump. he will be here to discuss politics up ahead. constipated?
point nationwide. however, an economist poll, not tracking but a big poll done in roughly the same time period as has mrs. clinton leading trump by 6. the polls don't mean much until september. donald trump has shaken up his campaign staff a sign he sees danger. joining us have geraldo rivera and eric bolling. bolling, trump puts the head of breitbart conservative website a man named steve bannon in charge. do you know steve bannon? >> very well. i have known him more than 10 years, he was close andrew breitbart which he was around. is he a street fighter. he has been around the block. he spent some time goldman sachs and spent some time in the navy as well. is he known as the guy who can fire up the base more so the trump base than the establishment base. >> is he a very conservative man? a moderate conservative man? >> i would say he is very conservative in the andrew breitbart model of conservative. >> crazy conservative. >> okay. well, i'm not sure what you mean by crazy conservative.
>> is he a flame thrower who ruined throne weiner's life. >> anthony weiner ruined his own life. >> was trolling. >> andrew breitbart type. >> people don't know the late breitbart don't know what his political philosophy was. let's try to put it and using ronald reagan as the yardstick. okay, is bannon a reagan republican? >> i would say is he right of reagan. >> do you know anything about this new crew that's taken over? >> i know that bloomberg called bannon the most dangerous political operative in the country. >> mayor bloomberg? >> bloomberg business news. >> okay. the news organization. >> this guy is the most dangerous political operative. >> why? >> he is bare knuckled. he he went after weiner i can take no prisoners guy. appointment to the important to the discussion signals that trump is not going to be the measured pivot
candidate that called man for the selection indicated that he would be. that this guy is going to let trump be trump. >> is he going to run right. he is going to be populist. podesta is running hillary clinton's campaign. is he a gut fighter. >> this is no match. >> boehner. inside baseball i'm not interested in that. >> this signals to rivera, bolling, that trump is going to run more right now, more populist campaign. we heard that last night going to appeal to white voters. he doesn't appeal to african-american voters. >> can i talk about that? >> do you know what it is? 2% to let's say 8% in the african-american vote. the african-american population is 13% of the total population. you move the needle by less than 1 percentage point. >> you are not going to win it on the african-american
vote. do the math. >> it's not even that trump made a speech last night. >> yes. >> that was a fine speech. substantively speaking about how african-americans are hurting themselves with the anarchy, the ghetto civil war going on, that the democratic party has done absolutely nothing. >> do you agree with that by the way. >> i agree with everything he said substantively. what does he do? he goes to the milwaukee area where they have had these riots and make the speech in the all white suburbs and all white people there. >> he didn't want trouble. >> what's the point of going to milwaukee if you are going to go to west bend? >> because it was a nationwide speech. >> wrong, bill. there is plenty of stadiums downtown. >> >> that's tactical decision. you agreed with the speech. >> i did. and so do you largely. you are the architect of it in many ways. >> i'm the architect of it but i gold a little bit more personal and not do the political thing i would say listen you have to be more self-reliant and i will help you about that way.
put more money in your community. >> walk around the community. you are actually with black people. show black people that you care about black people. you are not with the all white crowd. >> this should have been the outreach. >> this is a candidate who refused to denounce david duke. >> rallies white people were punching the few black people. >> that is not his fault. >> let's get back to bannon. >> i think that the polls don't matter very much. do you both concur with that? >> i disagree. >> you think they mean a lot? >> i think that polls are a reflection of reality. >> why were the "l.a. times" only have 1 point difference? >> mark twain said figures don't lie but liars figure. i think there is a personal interpretation. >> why would the "l.a. times" have it 1 point. >> i will give you very quickly the day break poll uses an enthusiasm measurement. in other words, it's not.
>> trump has more enthusiasm than he had last week. >> if he has 10 people but they have twice as much enthusiasm as hillary's 11 people, they are going to show on this enthusiasm poll of the "l.a. times" day break poll, they are going to show that he has a number higher. after the republican convention. >> looks like he stopped the bleeding. i don't have time for the history. >> please, please. >> hillary has the momentum. >> here is the bottom line, the poll that is out there now that has hillary by 6. that's a statistical tie. it's 4 percentage points. >> i have got to go. >> the key to it is. >> it's closing the gap. >> it's not. it's going the other way. >> stop. florida, ohio, north carolina, and pennsylvania. you have got to watch those. trump needs them all. gentlemen, thank you. glenn beck has written a new book on how progressives are not telling the truth. he will be here. and later, some journalists say they fear for their
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personal story segment tonight. glenn beck. earlier this week on his radio program he compared donald trump to black lives matter. >> he is making a new group of black lives matter. he is making a new group of people that so distrust and hate the system that they will buy anything. it was rigid election. the media ought to go to jail. and it's these republicans. and not look at whose leading that. joining us from dallas is glenn beck author of the brand new book "liars, how
progressives exploit our fears for power and control." which we will work into this discussion. >> yes. do you miss me, bill? how much? really? come on. come on. bill, you don't call me anymore. i have been eating myself sick. i just -- i sit at home and watch your show. >> you look like have you been eating yourself there sick. do you know what i mean? i get the point that if mr. trump is going to campaign on a rigid election theory, it creates cynicism, i get it that's really a very minor part of this? isn't it not? aren't you nitpicking him? >>. no did you see who he just made the ceo of his campaign? one the dirtest, nasaest human beings alive. >> we just talked about that. but he needs somebody to go up against podesta and media matters and george soros. come on, you know the other side. you know it's playing the other side. >> i do know the other side. except the problem is you have tape of donald trump actually saying don't worry 'george soros.
sea very nice guy. he gets a bad wrap. come on. >> you saw what we did last night with sorrows, right? >> what did you do last night? >> he laid out the hacked emails about what he's to do and how he spent hundreds of thousands of dollars tracking people like cliff may and liz cheney. you know, that is he a real, real bad elmbray. the dnc, we still have because he has given so much money, 13 million to the democrats this election cycle, we are still awaiting a comment. bernie goldberg is on that case for tomorrow. >> we know is he bad guy. donald trump doesn't seem to know that he is a bad guy. donald trump doesn't seem to recognize bad guys. he has paul manafort who has direct ties, may end up in jail because he was funneling foreign money into lobbying firms. >> you are believing all the hype that's put out there. you don't know that for sure. you didn't investigate man for the. come.
>> bill, i said he may end up in jail. >> you may if you keep saying this kind of stuff, you might end up in jail. come on, stay on the facts. >> that's my point, when is it a problem for somebody to have an opinion in this country? barack obama, i thought, was bad. donald trump has people chanting put them in jail. put them in jail about the press. when is someone's opinion on a public figure something that is jail worthy and not first amendment protected, bill? this guy is a nightmare. he is a nightmare waiting to happen. >> when people get mad at you, do your radio listeners, some of them tv listeners do they get angry with you that you sore anti-trump? >> no. of course yeah some do. yeah. >> i mean, how much blow back -- >> -- my ratings is have grown by 25%. however, at the same time, i'm sure i have lost
listeners as well. i don't do, this bill, as you know, i mean, bill, you used to say to me. i sat in your office and you gave me the best advice anybody has ever given me on multiple occasions. the first thing you ever said to me, i'm watching your show. what are you doing? you are going to burn yourself out there. is so much. >> i said i'm not doing this for a long-term career here. do you remember that? you said you could be here forever. just slow down. i'm not-that's not who i am. i'm trying to tell what i believe is true. and i'm trying to warn people about what i think is coming. you have a national populist. >> nobody doubts your sincerity. >> i know that. >> in chapter five of your book. which i actually am reading, okay? in chapter five. you lay out a very persuasive case that barack obama's progressive philosophy has really damaged the nation in many, many ways. so now, if you follow that logic, you have got hillary clinton who has not
distanced herself at all from obama. the president. you know, it will be another four years, perhaps, and i think she might be different but i'm not sure. but, she could be another four years of what you are saying has been tremendously destructive. >> yes so imagine what -- >> -- you're killing both of them leaving americans who talk about cynical. you are leaving them in the dust. last word. >> no, i'm not leaving anybody in the dust. i'm not telling anybody what they should do. you should decide who is best and there are other choices besides those two. >> no, there are not. it's going to be either clinton or trump as president. there are no other choice. >> then here's what you do. you go out and you campaign hard for those constitutional conservatives that will go serve in the house and the senate. donald trump says he doesn't care. he doesn't care if the g.o.p. loses the house. i do. because i want somebody to be able to stand against whoever is in office because
i don't think either of them care about the constitution one iota. >> the book is "liars, how progressives exploit our fears for power and control ." glenn beck always provocative. and we appreciate you coming on. >> and sexy. always sexy. >> there is another bit of propaganda. plenty more ahead as the factor moves along this evening. miller will take me to task about my travels to cuba and martha maccallum on a monkey causing big problems at a wal-mart. wait until you see this one. we hope you stay tuned to those reports. (music playing) ♪ push it real good... (announcer vo) or you can take a joyride. bye bye, errands, we sing out loud here. siriusxm. road happy. i don't want to lie down. i refuse to lie down. why suffer? stand up to chronic migraine... with botox®. botox® is the only treatment for chronic migraine shown to actually prevent headaches and migraines
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factor fogup segment tonight. as you know we do not nitpick here. hillary clinton nor donald trump. we don't do that to them. for example, when the father of the orlando terrorist attended a hillary clinton rally in florida, we didn't think that had any meaning at all. and when donald trump said that barack obama created isis? we knew exactly what he was talking about. the failed u.s. policy in iraq. so we basically ignored both stories. however, there are two situations that remain undefined both in the clinton camp i want to talk about tonight. the clinton foundation situation and the fbi giving clinton email documents to a house oversight committee. here now with the latest fox news chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge. let's take the clinton foundation story first. anything new? >> well, bill, i spoke with three different exact today to prep for the story. two law enforcement and one congressional. what i know is that the email investigation has been put to bed.
the clinton foundation is ongoing. it's not moving quickly for two reasons. one that s. that it is very complex. if you are going to do this you want the whole pie, not just a slice. there is no real full throated support for it at the justice department. and then there is a third piece, this perjury case. these allegations that hillary clinton lied to congress during her testimony in 2015 about her email practices and that frankly very hard case to make because you have got to get inside her head. they were not able to do that with the email case. >> is that what they turned over to the house oversight committee? they turned over her testimony to the fbi, to the committee? is that what that was about? >> that's a great question. what they turned over was the fbi's investigative file. so, the summary of hillary clinton's interview, which is known within the fbi as a 302. the fbi does not record interviews. they base summaries on the agent's notes. coming was also given backup notes as well as the 110
emails that were classified at the time that she sent and received them on her server. the key thing, bill is many of these documents are heavily redacted or blacked out at the request of the cia. they remain highly classified to this day. and even the chairman of the house government oversight committee, jason chaffetz doesn't even have the security clearance to read these documents in full. so this really undercuts the clinton campaign's position that there is really nothing to see here and that the information was not sensitive or classified. >> all right. now, back to the foundation, so you are basically saying, and your sources are telling you that attorney general lynch really doesn't have any interest in the foundation story? >> that would be the right way to put it. more or less. >> i'm disappointed in her. i am. i thought that when she was appointed attorney general, that she would pursue justice. i don't have any ax to grind on the clinton foundation. if you look at all of the of the people who had access to secretary clinton and then all the money they did give
the foundation, certainly that needs to be clarified and attorney general lynch should be upfront in saying we need to clarify that. >> exactly. this is a great point. you know, the fbi's number one priority on their website is public corruption. i mean, this is not something that you can k. just do a drive by on for sure. >> it's at the highest level. >> that's right. >> if you look at it and you look at the number -- shear number of people who had given to the clinton foundation, who then got access to hillary clinton in some way, shape, or form, i mean. >> i agree. the threshold is very high in public corruption cases. >> i'm not saying there is any crime. i'm just saying i want know as an american what the hell happened there. >> yeah. good way to put it. >> all right, catherine, thank you for your reporting. >> thanks for having me. >> miller on deck. he is going to quibble with me going to cuba. the d man is next. when this busy family... ...got a cracked windshield... ...their dad went to the new safelite-dot-com...
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>> miller, a hair cut. you look like biebs older brother tony dow. i like. >> it gee, mom, i just want my hair to look good like wally's. >> it's not a hair cut. it fell out when i was watching loretta lynch's testimony. >> again, you know, i need more facts on the hypothetical. >> i thought the attorney general was supposed to prosecute people obstructing justice, not perfect it she made comey look like sammy the karaoke bar. ♪ >> have you ever been to timmonsville, south carolina, miller? small town. >> billy, that's where my presidential library is ♪ [ laughter ] they passed an ordinance that says you cannot wear saggy pants that intentionally display undergarments. you cannot wear them in timmonsville, south carolina. >> bill, can i tell you? i don't care anymore. i go out with one goal in mind now, it's not to interact and see what the
kids are doing with their splendor. i go out to get what i want and go back home as quickly as possible. so because i don't trust it anymore. i don't care what you wear, okay? you can put your undies on your head and you can put a hat on your ass, just leave me alone. >> all right. don't get in my way when i'm going to 7/11. just spread out. >> i don't go out to exchange vibes with other generation. >> powerball madness. so, miller, if you win it, what are you going to do with the money? >> you know, powerball used to be my cb handle. >> break are 1-9 to rubber ducky. do you have any smoky the bears in your kitchen? >> if i win, first off, you would be a guest right now on the o miller factor and i would be working on my new book, killing time. that's what's going to happen if i win. >> so you are bailing, huh? you are out of there. man of leisure. >> i would get a big fist
full of $100 bills. i would walk around with it all day. if i met a moron, i would say, hey, can i slap you and peel a few off? that's how i would spend the money. >> now, miller, i went to havana to see if there was a suitable venue for the o'reilly-miller live show. it was very hard to find. >> i won't go down -- you have to take waters to that one. i won't play there until frick and frac croak. i'm not going down there. >> i won't go to cuba until the castros die. even then it's not big on my list. i heard had you a bad hotel experience down there. you know something? you should have stayed over in the prison quarters at gitmo. i heard that's the last place on the entire island. >> i have been to gitmo twice. that's a nice facility down there. >> now, when i heard you were down in cubaville, i had an image like you up on the roof with all your friends saying show everybody the cake.
>> make sure that everybody sees the cake before we cut it. >> and there we have the iconic shirt. sanders is pushing socialism over here, billy. i don't know if sanders has the same iconography does. >> you are a southern california guy. have you ever been to the playboy mansion. >> no. i hear it's up for sale, right? >> yes yeah. >> you would have to bring in old faithful to steam clean that thing, right? there are microbes the size of piranha in that jacuzzi gratta. there that place is virus. there are bacteria that cast a shadow like jimmy arnaz at the beginning of gun smoke. >> there is another home front for sale and it's where the movie silence of the lambs was shot. roll the tape. >> freeze. put your hands over your head and turn around. spread your legs.
spread your legs. put your hands in the back, thumbs up. freeze. >> are you interested in this house? >> well, you can see me sitting out on that gazebo having gyro sandwiches. this is the sort of house where you pray that they only find radon in the basement. all right? now you can summer there and then you go out to the bathe's -- baits motel to winter out in cali. if you throw in an extra $2,000 here. they will put hef in this house, too. >> come to live with you. this house is 30 miles south of pittsburgh, your hometown. it was initially listed for 300,000. nobody wants to buy it. so now it's down to 249,900. >> it's beautiful. likes like one of those in hussein's place.
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back of the book seeing want tonight. did you see that? recently there were riots in milwaukee as you know after a black man was shot to death by police there carrying a gun, including long record, including gun convictions. nonetheless hundreds of people rampage and destroying property. 41 have been arrested. very tough story for journalists to cover. >> there's enough people who are things about white people and attack -- you know, abdomen and reporters being attacked and
hearing it was a white kid who got shot that i think, you know, for those that are perceivablably white is just not safe to be here. and that's why i'm deciding to leave. >> with us now to explain further, fox news anchor martha maccallum. i have been in those riot situations and he is smart. this kid is a freelancer, to get out. who is he and do the other reporters feel that way as well? >> his name is tim pool. he is 30 years old and grew up in chicago. as you say he is a freelance reporter. he has done work for some the networks, profusion. he has covered a lot of these inner city scuffles. did he occupy wall street. he was being very honest. he said he wanted people to understand what the threat there was. he saw reporters, white reporters being grabbed, being pushed. >> sure. >> he saw one guy get shot in the neck who was 18 years old being taken out of there. >> not a reporter. just a civilian. >> that's what made him fear for his own life there was
another reporter followed back to his hotel by a gang of people. he had to be escorted out to his hotel by an escort. the problem, of course, with this is that you are looking at a situation like you have in syria where there is a black hole. so, if this goes on, when these things happen, when the press can't get goes on, wh things happen, when the press can't get in and tell the story because they're being intimidated and assaulted by the people there -- >> like gangsters. but what reporters have to realize, the police cannot protect you if you're not behind their line. if you go out and start interviewing people without the police or private security, anything can happen to you and the chances are, whatever does, they're not going to be held accountable. >> but as you well know, many of these cases, more and more, the police are having a tough time in these situations and they're not able to protect people the way they want to. this is the united states of america, you have to be able to have the press there, protesters are allowed to do what they want to do, the police have to keep people safe, and this is a breakdown, similar to what we saw in the late '60s in this
country. >> let's shift gears to a much lighter story. we'll take you to ohio, lancaster, and a walmart parking lot. go. >> reporter: a bizarre video of a monkey attack at this walmart in lancaster has been shared over 3,000 times, and seen by over 150,000 people on facebook. >> whose monkey is that? >> it happened sunday night. stewart says her and her husband were arriving at the walmart when she spotted a monkey attacking an employee. >> oh, no! >> all of a sudden, the monkey jumps on him. and then she runs over and pushes the guy away. >> i mean -- >> was there a sale on monkeys at walmart. were they running a special squm monkeys in aisle 3! what was the monkey doing there? >> when a monkey gets away at walmart, it's a problem. i'm not sure why we're doing the monkey in a diaper store, but
this whacko had a monkey with a diaper on in her rv. >> so this didn't have anything to do with walmart, it was someone in an rv, parked in a walmart lot, and the monkey goes out and attacks somebody. >> the monkey attacks this guy, and the woman's main concern was like, let her go, let her go! because if the monkey bites you, they're going to take the monkey away from me. she wasn't concerned about the man -- >> they can be vicious. i was in a zambia one time, a condo in zambia, and an orangutan through a grapefruit at me. >> really? >> yeah, yeah. and i was going, what?! what?! >> there are so many people who want to throw a grapefruit at you. >> there were 16 people lined up behind the orangutang.
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back with your tip of the day. the continuing collapse of the american media in a moment. but first, very nice review today in the "new york post." columnist sidney adams read, "rising a killing sun." miss adams said she couldn't put rising sun down. it features a very powerful review from general david petraeus on the back cover. now, if you pre-order "killing a rising sun" on billoreilly.com, you'll get it first. once again, all money i derive from billoreilly.com donated to
charity. now, from hawaii, "mr. o'reilly, i'm a liberal who mostly enjoys your talking points memo, but comparing david duke to george soros is off the rails. the comparison was made but the extremism demonstrated by both men is destructive to the country. yes, they have different styles, but here's what's the same, jeremiah. both are doing heavy damage to the country. tony smith, parridge, illinois. o'reilly, thank you for exposing george soros and his plans for wide open borders worldwide. this is the most important stories of our time. fred calhoun, o'reilly, while we know what duke's followers have done, you failed to tell me what soros' followers have done. you messing with me, right? it clearly lays out that soros is spending millions of dollars to promote open borders, attack israel, and smear americans who want protection from the jihad.
come on. gloria, permton, newbury park, california. i find it ironic that soros lives in a country which aforesaid him the freedom to try and destroy it. always been that way, gloria. always been that way. we had a strong communist party and the nazi bund was actually here in world war ii. randy clemens, indianapolis, "black lives matter showed incredible ignorance in protesting at graceland. it is well documented that elvis presley was a true friend to plaq blacks." arthur alex, palm coast, florida. "mr. o'reilly, you said that clinton were using olinski's model." wrong, i said the press was using alinsky's model. in legends and lies, you say general custer exterminated buffalo to harm native american who is needed them survive. that's true, but disputed by some, thanks to the reference.
well, you're welcome. and if you like the legends and lies concept, we now have both the west and the patriot editions available together on billoreilly.com. all right? great gift, great books. finally tonight, the factor tip of the day. there is a new book out called "the underground railroad" written by colson whitehead. speaking to "time" magazine, mr. whitehead explains how he researched slavery and then says, quote, bill o'reilly was mad when michelle obama mentioned that she lives in a white house built by slaves. why would you get mad at that? he felt he had to step up and say, actually, that's technically true, but they were well fed and housed, unquote. now, anyone who saw my analysis of michelle obama's remarks would know that i praised her. i wasn't mad in the slightest. but mr. whitehead apparently did not see my analysis, which is now posted on billoreilly.com.
instead, he believes fallacious media reports that were designed to denigrate me. stuff put out by the gutter heads. he is an educated man, an author. he must know i got the facts right about the construction of the white house if he wrote a book about slavery, he must know that. but he like millions of other americans are now disseminating propaganda, put forth by a very corrupt american media. don't believe what you hear and read in the media these days. they can things out for yourself. and it's easy with the net. factor tip of the day. that is it for us tonight. please check out the fox news factor website, different from billoreilly.com. and spout off from anywhere in the world. if you wish to opine, word of the day, do not be magniloquent. that's a good one. tomorrow, bernie goldberg on the soros case.
again, thanks for watching "the factor" tonight. i am bill o'reilly, and always remember that the spin stops right here, because we are definitely looking out for you. breaking tonight, the election just 82 days away. and the republican nominee is shaking up his campaign at the very top. donald trump declaring he will do whatever it takes to win the white house. welcome, everyone, to "the kelly file." i'm trish regan in for megyn kelly tonight. three campaign managers in three months. hey, maybe third time's a charm. donald trump evaluating his top pollster, kellyanne conway, who was seen her just last night on "the kelly file" to the role of campaign manager and he added breitbart.com executive manager, steve bannon, who assumes the creative role of trump campaign ceo. paul manafort will keep his role