Bill O'Reilly promises to make news about his firing

Bill O'Reilly promises to make news about his firing

Bill O'Reilly promises to make news about his firing

On his "The Spin Stops Here" tour in NY on Saturday, O'Reilly was asked if he would start a new network to counter his powerful former home.

Bill O'Reilly, who was sacked from Fox News Channel in April, will test a half hour news program this summer.

O'Reilly told the audience that he would begin his "own operation", according to Newsday.

The 30-minute show will be available on his website and look like his former program, "The O'Reilly Factor", the newspaper reported.

"It's basically an experiment to see how many people are going to want this service". Fortunately, you don't need the membership fee to access his merchandise, which includes a framed copy of the Declaration of Independence and a "We say "Merry Christmas"" doormat.

Fox News Channel is ripe for a rival, said O'Reilly. "We are going to do that", he said to a crowd at the NYCB Theatre in Westbury, Long Island, where he and comedian Dennis Miller appeared as part of a tour. He suspects that another network will "merge" with his and that there will be a network that "rises up because the numbers for Fox are going down".

O'Reilly has denied the allegations and said there was an effort led to "destroy" his career. "It worked-temporarily. It all had to do with President Trump".

Bill O'Reilly, the Fox News host-turned-podcaster, has vowed again to reveal the left-wing conspiracy behind his firing.

"In the weeks to come, there will be a bunch of news stories that will explain what happened and why it happened". Image taken on January 10, 2017 and used per Creative Commons 2.0 license.

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