Jake Tapper fires back at O'Reilly for ratings dig

Brunilde Fioravanti
Ottobre 19, 2017

Tapper ended his monologue by stating we all need to "consider the unimaginable these families go through when we speak to them and speak of them", and that if you are reckless with your words when speaking about these sacrifices, then people may not "be willing to give you the benefit of the doubt if on one occasion your words come out wrong".

"'Low' would be sexually harassing staffers and then getting fired for it-humiliated in front of the world".

O'Reilly left Fox News in April after The New York Times revealed that five women were paid $13 million to settle sexual harassment lawsuits against him.

O'Reilly had tweeted out congratulations over the viewership for "Hannity", which he appeared on late last month.

Tapper quickly shot back, invoking O'Reilly's ousting from the network after a series of sexual harassment allegations were made against the former top-rated prime-time host on cable news.

Tapper's CNN show, it should be noted, is on at 4 p.m. and does not air against "Hannity", which is at 9 p.m. Many people did the opposite.

"Amidst all this ham-handedness, the president this week falsely accused President Obama and previous presidents of never having phoned Gold Star families", Tapper continued, "in an apparent attempt to make himself look more attentive and compassionate, I suppose".

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