O'Reilly: The Word Was Out Before Dem Debate, 'Don't Attack Hillary'
Bill O'Reilly sat down on the "Outnumbered" couch today, giving us his reaction to the first Democratic debate.
Andrea Tantaros asked him about the most memorable moment of the night: when Sen. Bernie Sanders emphatically said to Hillary Clinton, "enough about your damn emails" after Anderson Cooper brought up the private server issue.
The comment drew him a huge round of applause and a smile and a handshake from the former First Lady.
O'Reilly said that moment was indicative of something he predicted before the debate: that the Democratic Party would make sure the four other candidates did not go after Clinton.
"That was planned, contrived. The word was out to all the Democratic candidates. Do not attack Hillary Clinton, and if you do, the party will turn on you. And they did not," he said.
He questioned whether Sanders will care about the email scandal if the FBI indicts Clinton.
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