In his Talking Points Memo tonight, Bill O'Reilly reacted to how the press treated President-elect Donald Trump during his first news conference since the election.

O'Reilly said that many of the 250 reporters who gathered at Trump Tower on Wednesday pressed the president-elect on several topics, including "fake news," alleged Russian meddling in the election, Trump's ties to Moscow, his plan to separate himself from his business empire, the wall on the southern border, ObamaCare and more.

He said that Trump did well today with his blunt, direct answers to the press' many pointed questions, but he "better watch his back," because they are out to get him.

"The press and Donald Trump will be an ongoing soap opera, no doubt," O'Reilly said.

"Not since Richard Nixon has the national press corps been so determined to bring someone down."

Watch the Talking Points Memo above.


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