Bill O’Reilly re­turns to Fox as Han­nity’s guest

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NEW YORK (AP) — It felt like a flash­back on Fox News Chan­nel Tues­day, with Bill O’Reilly look­ing into the cam­era and declar­ing “the spin stops here.”

Six months af­ter he was fired from Fox when it was re­vealed the net­work paid $13 mil­lion in set­tle­ments to five women al­leg­ing bad be­hav­ior on his part, O’Reilly re­turned as a guest on for­mer col­league Sean Han­nity’s show.

“I’m fine,” O’Reilly said. “I’m teed off.”

O’Reilly was pro­mot­ing his new book, “Killing Eng­land,” which got cur­sory men­tion as the two men traded com­plaints about how the me­dia had treated them and Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump. They loudly backed Trump on his cam­paign against NFL play­ers protest­ing po­lice bru­tal­ity by not stand­ing for the na­tional an­them.

“I’d love to go to ev­ery NFL locker room and give those guys my book,” O’Reilly said.

O’Reilly said that the “far left” wanted to de­stroy Trump and every­one who voted for him.

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