Bill O’Reilly Breaks Silence About Ousting

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FILE - This Nov. 16, 2009 file photo shows Fox News commentator Bill O'Reilly during a taping for "The O'Reilly Factor," in New York. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens, file)

Fox News has not been doing that great ever since they made the decision to oust their most famous anchor, Bill O’Reilly. He was the number one news man for millions of republicans all over the country and they truly killed the trust they had among them. Now their audience have been partially lost since his departure and they do not truly know where to go to. Many conspiracy theories have surfaced that O’Reilly was going to make an attempt to join forces with Hannity and start their own network. However, thus far, nothing has been verified, althought Sean Hannity’s future with the network does not seem bright.

Now Bill O’Reilly has broken his silence about his dismissal in recent interviews. He elaborates how he should have fought harder than he did. If he was persistent, O’Reilly said, he would have kept his job.

“This is very well organized,” O’Reilly stated on Thursday. “They tried to with Hannity. Hannity actually fought back. I didn’t. I should have … For reasons that I cannot explain now, I did not.”

“In hindsight, Sean did it the right way,” he proceeded.

He now recognizes his mistakes and continues to say that he should have done it the other way. Conservatives throughout the country were stunned when he left and many quit watching Fox News since.

“Hannity knows they’re looking to get him,” O’Reilly went on. “But I admire Sean and how he handled situation. He brought it directly to the folks, and the sponsors stopped. He lost a few but they stopped. So he was successful in fighting off the attack. But there will be more.”

Bill O’Reilly will find his way as he always does. However, this decision by Fox did come as a surprise to him and his family.

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