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First Roger Ailes, Now Bill O'Reilly

21 April 2017

"Unfortunately, here was a man who made tremendous sums of money, had a huge show and really, there's something wrong with him psychologically".

Fox released a statement saying the decision was made "after a thorough and careful review of the allegations".

Tucker Carlson, the 9 p.m. host who will move to 8 p.m. next Monday, held onto the bulk of the "Factor" lead-in, averaging 2.8 million total viewers and 588,000 in the demo.

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O'Reilly's attorney, Marc Kasowitz, issued a statement after she made her complaint on Tuesday, and said that "it is outrageous that an allegation from an anonymous person about something that purportedly happened nearly a decade ago is being treated as fact, especially where there is obviously an orchestrated campaign by activists and lawyers to destroy Mr. O'Reilly and enrich themselves through publicity-driven donations". He later apologized for the remarks, which were widely denounced as both racist and sexist.

"It is unconscionable that he would allow himself to end up like this". When contacted by Steel as she researched her piece, he threatened grave repercussions: "I am coming after you with everything I have". "And so I hope he seeks some help".

Former Fox News star Bill O'Reilly will receive $25 million as part of his settlement to leave the network in the wake of a sexual harassment scandal, according to a source familiar with the matter.

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She was an office worker for a colleague of O'Reilly's back in 2008 when she started noticing that O'Reilly would make a grunting noise as he passed her desk. "They thought that normal and the way life should be!"

But Waters, who spoke at the Women's March on Washington in January, said women are increasingly feeling empowered to advocate for respect in the workplace.

As to why she came out now, it's because she got exhausted of hearing the stories from women and reliving the trauma. "Life is changing for women".

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"Thank god it's stopped now with Bill O'Reilly at Fox", Waters told host Anderson Cooper.

First Roger Ailes, Now Bill O'Reilly