FOX News Host Bill O'Reilly did some fact checking after First Lady Michelle Obama said in her convention speech that she "wakes up every morning in a house built by slaves." O'Reilly conceded that slaves worked on construction of the White House, but he pointed out that they were "well-fed" and given a place to sleep by the government. This, of course, has caused quite a stir.
After Michelle Obama's speech, Bill O'Reilly defends the conditions of the slaves who built the White Househttps://t.co/NYgHA56yuW
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Fox News, apart from being a television channel which morphs into state media during Republican administrations, is notorious for its toxic work environment. This reputation only got worse after sexual harassment scandals forced out primetime mainstay Bill O’Reilly and former ... -- https://splinternews.com
The American people know that Donald Trump is unpredictable and can be kind of crazy in his presentation at times. During the campaign, he called his opponent “Crooked Hillary.” He labeled Senator Marco Rubio “Little Marco” and told Governor Jeb ... -- https://www.billoreilly.com
(W) Michelle Obama may no longer be America's first lady, but it's reassuring to know she's still going high — even when they go low. -- https://www.facebook.com
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