In tonight's Talking Points Memo, Bill O'Reilly said that Hillary Clinton's profile has been damaged and she needs to address her many scandals with the media - and soon.

He explained that whenever controversy engulfs the Clintons, they always seem to have a "Clinton haters" defense ready. 

O'Reilly said that there is some validity to their point, because Bill and Hillary Clinton are "the most controversial couple in America," maybe even in U.S. history. 

"The Factor" host said that the big mistake that the Clintons make is that they do not admit their mistakes.

He noted the deadly Benghazi attack as an example. O'Reilly said that Clinton should have admitted her mistake and apologized.

"Instead, Mrs. Clinton and President Obama stonewalled, angering millions of Americans," O'Reilly said. "On the email front, there is no excuse. It was a calculated deception."

O'Reilly stated that a new book by Peter Schweizer will present circumstantial evidence that Hillary Clinton profited from her position as Secretary of State. He also said that there is evidence that Mrs. Clinton may have acted favorably to some foreign parties that donated to the Clinton foundation.

He noted that the content in the book will be vetted by numerous media organizations, including Fox News.

O'Reilly said that despite all of these controversies getting attention in the media, the Democratic party is fully committed to Hillary Clinton. 

"We are living in a country that is now largely fed up with politics and has turned away from public policy into trivial pursuits, mostly in social media," he remarked. "So it is easier for politicians to ride emotional waves and achieve success than it used to be."

Watch the full video above.

Don't miss the powerful "Fox News Reporting" special, anchored by Bret Baier, that follows the Clinton money trail. Tune in to "The Tangled Clinton Web," Friday night at 10p ET on Fox News Channel.

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