Fox News host Bill O’Reilly shot back at Comedy Central host Jon Stewart on Monday night, after Stewart mocked O’Reilly for lamenting the decline of “traditional America.”
During his show on Thursday night, Stewart argued that so-called “traditional” Americans were perpetually being usurped as the country’s demographics and beliefs changed. He noted that in the 19th century, many “traditional” Americans maligned Irish immigrants and feared Catholicism.
In his rebuttal, O’Reilly noted that a coalition of “non-traditional” voters such as minorities and single women helped re-elect Obama.
“Traditional American voters generally want a smaller government in Washington,” the Fox News host added. “More local control. Some oversight on abortion and believe in American exceptionalism.”
“A majority of those who voted for Obama want a large government that spends heavily on entitlements because that reduces so-called income inequality,” O’Reilly continued. “They want equality for gays in the marriage arena. They want unfettered abortion with no parental notification for minors. They want a one world foreign policy that gives other nations equal status to America. Here’s a bulletin to those pinheads at Comedy Central, those are not traditional positions. Are we clear about this?”
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Eric Trump bashes the children of politicians profiting off their family name to enrich themselves: ‘It is sickening’
President Donald Trump third child blasted children of politicians profiting from their relationship during a Saturday night appearance on Fox News with Jeanine Pirro.
"So where does Joe Biden get off been so pompous and above it all?" Pirro asked.
"If I was doing the same thing that that family was doing I’d be in jail," Eric Trump said.
"Why is it that every family in politics enriches themselves?" he asked. "It is sickening."
Trump ‘has done nothing wrong’: Lindsey Graham does not think ethnic cleansing is an impeachable offense
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) slammed President Donald Trump for allowing Turkey's ethnic cleansing of the Kurds in Syria, but then defended the president against impeachment during a Saturday night appearance on Fox News.
Graham told Fox News personality Jeanine Pirro that he worried that 15,000 ISIS fighters could escape, allowing the terrorist caliphate to reconstitute.
The South Carolina Republican declared that America "will not tolerate" ethnic cleansing.
But then he was asked about impeachment.
"Impeachment is a bunch of bull," Graham declared. "It is BS."
"The president has done nothing wrong," Graham argued.
Trump may ‘undo his presidency’ — with Republicans backing impeachment: CNN’s conservative anchor
President Donald Trump's presidency is in peril as Republican lawmakers condemn the administration for green-lighting Turkey's ethnic cleansing of Kurds in northern Syria.
"President Trump this week set fire to the emoluments clause by announcing his own resort would host the G-7 summit. His Chief of Staff, Mick Mulvaney, set fire to his boss’s innocence admitting on camera to the very thing Trump is being investigated for and possibly impeached over," CNN's S.E. Cupp said.
"Donald Trump has put the Republican Party through a lot. Most have gone willingly along with him -- kids in cages, a trade war, protecting Putin, honoring Kim Jong-Un, breaking the law, the lies, the insults, the fake news, the rape allegations. Defending the president over the indefensible has become something of a cottage industry for Republican lawmakers, few of whom have ever dared to call him out," she noted.