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Bill O’Reilly trashes Megyn Kelly for discussing Roger Ailes’ sex scandal in her memoir: ‘Loyalty is good’

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Bill O’Reilly didn’t have many kind words for Fox News host Megyn Kelly on Tuesday night’s O’Reilly Factor.

During his segment, O’Reilly recounted an appearance he made on CBS This Morning where he was discussing his new children’s book. However, “the conversation shifted to some problems the Fox News Channel had earlier this year,” O’Reilly said. “I was not amused.”

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He was speaking about Kelly’s new memoir “Settle for More,” in which she details some of what happened at Fox earlier this year leading to CEO Roger Ailes’ sexual harassment investigation, which ended in him resigning.

O’Reilly was not happy about the Kelly’s book detailing the incident.

“If somebody is paying you a wage, you owe that person or company allegiance,” he said during his Tuesday night segment. He continued, “If you don’t like what’s happening in the workplace, go to human resources or leave. I’ve done that.”

“And then take the action you need to take afterward if you feel aggrieved. There are labor laws in this country. But don’t run down the concern that supports you by trying to undermine it,” O’Reilly said before offering Kelly a word of advice. “Factor Tip of The Day: Loyalty is good.”

Watch the full clip below.

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