Jesse Watters hit the streets to ask young people what they know 22 years later about the man at the center of the trial of the century, O.J Simpson.
Judge Jeanine Pirro said O.J Simpson is "delusional."
Jesse Watters reacted to a former Clinton White House adviser comparing President Trump to O.J. Simpson.
Alan Dershowitz, who served as an appellate legal adviser to the "dream team" during the 1995 O.J. Simpson trial, warned the former gridiron great to steer clear of the public eye.
Former Los Angeles Police Detective Mark Fuhrman said "the fix was in" regarding whether O.J. Simpson would be paroled.
Eric Bolling predicted that O.J. Simpson will return to prison again.
O.J. Simpson's lawyer blasted an ESPN reporter during the post-parole hearing press conference for asking about the author of an alleged tell-all book about Simpson's time behind bars.
Geraldo Rivera, who covered the O.J. Simpson murder trial in 1995, reacted to a Nevada parole board granting the former NFL star his release from prison later this year.
A Nevada parole board ruled Thursday O.J. Simpson can be released from prison.
Alan Dershowitz, who aided former Buffalo Bills running back O.J. Simpson's 1995 legal team, said that particular case will be fresh in the minds of those at his upcoming parole hearing.
Clinton campaign adviser Richard Goodstein compared President Trump's actions regarding Russia to those of retired NFL star O.J. Simpson.
A report in the Sunday Express said a parole board is expected to recommend the release of O.J. Simpson from prison based on good behavior.