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Bill O'Reilly Says Chuck Todd Should Apologize To Rudy Giuliani? Really?

For what? Of all the weird things we've seen so far in this election season.
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Fox News' Bill O'Reilly was very upset with NBC host Chuck Todd for questioning Rudy Giuliani's past history of infidelity while attacking the Clintons on how they've treated women.

O'Reilly started his Talking Points Memo by denouncing Alicia Machado as part of the Clinton camp. Trump was really only looking out for her when he fat-shamed the former Miss Universe. O'Reilly excused Donald as only looking for media attention even if it was "crass." Then he went after Chuck Todd:

"Yesterday NBC's Todd Chuck tried to lay a trap for Rudy Giuliani about the woman issue and the Clinton marriage."

After playing video from the Todd/Rudy exchange, O'Reilly said, "Now, Mr. Todd was totally out of line, trying to set up Mr. [Rudy] Giuliani that way. He owes the mayor an apology. But the central issue is that Donald Trump feels he needs -- he needs to discuss the Clinton marriage."

Bill never tells his audience why Todd was out of line to Giuliani, only that he owes him an apology. For what?

Rudy treated his second wife atrociously. Memo to Bill O'Reilly, anyone who holds a press conference to announce they are separating from their wife, without even telling the wife? Has no standing to attack any other couple's marriage.

And laughably, Rudy tried to take the religious high ground and say, "[I'm] a Roman Catholic and I confess those things to my priest."

Did he confess that the Court had to tell his mistress to stay out of Gracie Mansion? And this was while Guiliani's minor children were living there?

WTF? Nobody cares if you went to a priest to confess your sins, Rudy. Shameless, open to the public adultery and multiple divorces exempt you from any moral high ground, priest or not.

Rudy Giuliani has been on the warpath against the Clintons since he took a vocal role as a TV Trump surrogate. Furthermore, all year long Rudy's looked like a man in need of some doctor prescribed medication and a long vacation.


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And Bill O'Reilly continues to play the role of another Fox News "Roger Ailes" guy protecting another man from criticism about bad behavior towards women.

Chuck Todd owes nothing to Rudy.

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