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In his Talking Points Memo tonight, Bill O'Reilly weighed in on conservatives attacking Donald Trump, including an anti-Trump edition of the National Review.

O'Reilly said there is nothing wrong with people voicing their objections to the Republican presidential front-runner, as they are simply exercising their rights as Americans.

"It is one of the few times Talking Points can ever remember ardent conservatives and ardent liberals agreeing on something: No Trump."

O'Reilly noted that despite his "unorthodox campaign," Trump is still dominating the Republican field.

"Millions of Americans have grown tired of political talk. They want action and believe Trump will bring it," O'Reilly explained.

"No matter what your political philosophy, you have a perfect right to speak your mind on the presidential election, and attacks on that right are irresponsible, the product of small and sometimes hateful minds," O'Reilly said.

"We are a divided nation. That's reality. But out of robust debate can come clarity and strength. Hopefully, that's what will happen next November. Hopefully."

Watch the full Talking Points Memo above.


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