In his Talking Points Memo tonight, Bill O'Reilly weighed in on President Obama being attacked by the far-left for criticizing Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) over her opposition to the free trade agreement. 

"The truth of the matter is that Elizabeth is, you know, a politician like everybody else," Obama said in the interview with Yahoo! News. "And, you know, she’s got a voice that she wants to get out there. I understand that. And on most issues, she and I deeply agree. On this one, though, her arguments don’t stand the test of fact and scrutiny."

O'Reilly explained that since Obama made those remarks about Warren, the president has been hammered in the media by a number of critics who have labeled him a sexist.

"Of course, this whole thing is insane," O'Reilly stated. "It's a political disagreement. There is no sexism involved ... it's a fabricated situation."

O'Reilly said this situation is a preview of what is going to happen during the presidential campaign.

"The militant feminists and their enablers are firmly in Hillary Clinton's camp," O'Reilly stated. "So if Mrs. Clinton is criticized, believe me, the sexism deal will be all over the place."

He asserted that "the far-left is making a living out of demonizing people with whom it disagrees."

O'Reilly said that the situation Obama has found himself in is ironic. 

"President Obama, a former uber-liberal champion, now a bad guy," he stated. "[He's] an oppressor, because he wants a free trade agreement. And rather than debate the situation on its merits, the far-left does what it always does, attacks personally."

Watch the full Memo in the video above.


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