O'Reilly on SOTU: 'ISIS Is Running Wild ... That's Obama's Legacy'
Bill O'Reilly stopped by Fox and Friends to give his take on President Obama's final State of the Union address.
Overall, O'Reilly said he's tired of hearing political speeches whether it's from the President of the United States or Republicans.
He said right now the country needs a "problem-solver," with two-thirds of Americans believing the country is on the wrong track.
O'Reilly said the president is right to note that America is the strongest country in the world, but asked "what good does it do if you don't use that strength wisely?"
"What do we have around the world? Chaos. ... Fifty percent of American workers are making less than $30,000 a year. That's your legacy. That's it. ISIS is running wild. People are starving in Syria. That's your legacy. He did some good things, OK. But we need problem-solving at this time in history," said O'Reilly.
He predicted that the Democratic nominee will try to convince independent voters that Republicans "are racists," since Democrats cannot run on national security or the economy.
"They have to run on emotion. So Obama taking a shot at Trump, that's smart politics," he noted.
Watch O'Reilly's take above and tune in to The Factor, tonight at 8/11p ET to hear from Sen. John McCain, Ben Carson, Dennis Miller and more.