Bill O’Reilly Says He May Be Back on TV Soon [Video]

Former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly was on Newsmax TV today and talked about a few current news items, including President Trump and some other things. He was asked to and gave an ad-lib Talking Points Memo delivery. Also of interest was the question about is he coming back to television. Just listening to him, you cannot rule that possibility out.

As Written By Bill Hoffman for Newsmax:

Bill O’Reilly might return to the airwaves with a new TV show, he told Newsmax TV. 

“I may come back to television, it just depends,” O’Reilly told Newsmax TV’s John Bachman on Thursday.

“We’re living in a pretty vicious age now. Whoever I work for is going to have to have a lot of courage to stop the far left from attacking sponsors and spreading lies about people,” said O’Reilly, who reigned for two decades as the king of cable news until his top-rated show, “The O’Reilly Factor,” was axed by Fox News in April.

O’Reilly, who now hosts a Monday-Thursday podcast on, said his new venture has drawn “hundreds of thousands” of fans.

I may come back to television, or I may continue on the ‘net,” he said. “We tweeted [Thursday] during the [former FBI Chief James] Comey hearings. Three million people were involved with the tweeting that I did on that. This is a very powerful medium, as is Newsmax.”

O’Reilly said his tweets were “flat-out honest. [I’m] not trying to help Trump. Not trying to hurt Comey. Not trying to do any of that. It’s straight. It’s there. You can listen. It’s fact-based, and you can agree or disagree.”

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O’Reilly: I May Be Back on TV Soon

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