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Bill O’Reilly defends Trump coverage: Jorge Ramos ‘has no bleeping clue what we do here’

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Fox News host Bill O’Reilly insisted on Thursday that Jorge Ramos was wrong to say that he lets Donald Trump “get away with everything” during their on-air confrontation this week, Media Matters reported.

“I like Jorge Ramos. He’s no phony,” O’Reilly said. “But he is absolutely blind on the Trump issue. And he has no bleeping clue about what we do here, obviously. Maybe Jorge objects because I will not brand Donald Trump a racist.”

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The Factor host got into it with the Univision anchor on Wednesday when O’Reilly accused Ramos of being unable to cover the Republican presidential candidate fairly.

For his part, O’Reilly said, he has questioned Trump’s vow to get Mexico to pay for the construction of a wall along its border with the US, and defended both former candidate Carly Fiorina and colleague Megyn Kelly. However, O’Reilly still defended the candidate’s policies while downplaying his remarks about the bulk of Mexican immigrants being “rapists and criminals,” among other statements.

“I’m not in the nitpicking business,” O’Reilly said. “Trump and every other politician misspeak at times. The gotcha game is cheap and boring. For example, if you really believe Donald Trump is courting the KKK, you need to get some fresh air.”

Unlike most politicians, he argued, Trump is willing to take O’Reilly’s questions and is accessible to voters.

“Donald Trump is the most important political story in decades. We will cover him fairly on the Factor, allowing you to decide whether or not he has the right stuff to be president,” O’Reilly said. “For that, we will be demonized and attacked by those who despise Trump. To quote President Bush the elder, I don’t care.”

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Watch O’Reilly’s commentary, as posted by Media Matters, below.

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CNN conservative zaps every Trump supporters’ argument against impeachment

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Republican-turned-Independent David Gergen served in four presidential administrations, two of which were impeached. When he heard one of President Donald Trump's shills on CNN Wednesday evening, he was quick to flatten the argument.

Scott Jennings argued that what Democrats were doing was unprecedented, but CNN commentator Kirsten Powers said that former President Bill Clinton was nearly thrown out of office for lying about an affair, something she argued was far less important than extorting a foreign power to sway a presidential election.

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Seth Meyers flattens Trump’s latest impeachment defense tactic — ‘slurring like a lunatic’ during rallies

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Late-night comedian Seth Meyers observed that most people who were inches from being fired from their job would try and prove that they should remain. President Donald Trump, however, has taken a different path, "slurring like a lunatic while throwing in some of his trademark sexism."

Meyers played a clip of Trump's rally where he went after everything from admitting he demanded the Ukraine president say what he asked and an allegation that there'd be windmills all over the country under Hillary Clinton. Trump previously alleged that wind energy is dangerous because the windmills cause ear cancer. After an attack on Beto O'Rourke, Trump turned to Elizabeth Warren, who he said, "opened her fresh mouth."

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Rachel Maddow wonders if Putin told Trump Seoul was nowhere near North Korea to mess with him

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MSNBC host Rachel Maddow was flabbergasted by the recent revelation that Trump thought he could displace an entire South Korean city so that the 2,000 year-old capital would be safer. To make matters worse, President Donald Trump asked Russian President Vladimir Putin what he wanted the U.S. leader to do with North Korea.

The host compared the move to what it would be like to move the entirety of New York City, which has a smaller population than Seoul.

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