O'Reilly Cuts Through Post-Iowa 'Nonsense': 'Trump Remains Very Formidable'
In his Talking Points Memo tonight, Bill O'Reilly set the record straight on "a lot of nonsense being spouted" by the media after the Iowa caucus.
O'Reilly said Donald Trump's snub of the Fox News debate hurt him with late-deciding Iowa voters, but that he remains a strong candidate, which upcoming primaries in New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada will show.
"The media of course despises Donald Trump and will paint him as a loser if they can, but here on the Factor we're fair, and the truth is Trump remains very formidable."
O'Reilly declared third-place Rubio "the big winner in Iowa last night," saying that "his campaign is now very competitive and should remain so unless there's something about the senator the folks don't know."
O'Reilly said that Hillary Clinton's "biggest opponent is the FBI, not the socialist" Bernie Sanders.
But he predicts that Clinton will still be the Democratic nominee, "because minority voters in the larger states will break big for Mrs. Clinton who is running as Barack Obama's shipmate."
Watch the full Talking Points Memo above.