Jorge Ramos calls O'Reilly out to his face: You and Hannity let Trump 'get away with everything'
Fox News host Bill O'Reilly interviews Fusion anchor Jorge Ramos on March 16, 2016. (Media Matters)

Fusion and Univision anchor Jorge Ramos rejected Bill O'Reilly's argument on Wednesday that he has been critical of Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump, Media Matters reported.

"You've talked to him so many times, and you and Sean Hannity let him get away with everything," Ramos said during a face-to-face interview.

"I don't let him get away with anything," O'Reilly insisted. "Look at the transcripts and everything he has done, I have asked him about it."

However, Media Matters has also noted several instances in which O'Reilly either minimizes Trump's anti-immigrant rhetoric or described him as an "avenger" being beset upon by people trying to exploit his campaign.

O'Reilly, who admitted that he supported Trump's proposal for a "wall" between the US-Mexico border, questioned Ramos' objectivity concerning the real estate magnate.

"We cannot allow racism and discrimination to be normal," Ramos said.

"But that's a subjective thing," said O'Reilly, who was quickly countered by Ramos.

"When you say that Mexican immigrants are criminals or rapists, that is -- for many people -- a racist remark," he said.

"But he didn't say all of them were," the Factor host responded.

Watch the discussion, as posted by Media Matters on Wednesday, below.