Trump Tells O'Reilly He'll Be More Statesmanlike After He Clinches Nomination

Fmr. Defense Secy: Obama Went Against Entire Nat'l Security Team on Egypt Coup


On tonight's "O'Reilly Factor," Univision Anchor Jorge Ramos clashed with Bill O'Reilly over Donald Trump's comments about Mexican immigrants and how the Spanish-language network covers the GOP frontrunner.

Ramos said he feels a responsibility to call out Trump for saying racist things, while O'Reilly said Ramos was being "subjective."

"If you, the top guy, has demonized him as a racist, how can you possibly cover him?" O'Reilly asked.

Ramos said that he believes that journalists must take a stand against racism and other issues. He then accused O'Reilly of not being tough enough on Trump, which O'Reilly denied.

"Univision, how can you possibly... you guys, what you're going to have to do is every time you mention Donald Trump you're going to have to put on the screen 'We think he's a racist,' so that people know," O'Reilly said.

Watch the fiery exchange above.


McConnell: Under 'Biden Rule,' Garland Will Not Be Considered as SCOTUS Nominee

'They Should Start Paying Me': Jerry Springer Compares GOP Race to His Show

'Forgetting Who We Are': Clooney Calls Out U.S. Over Syrian Refugee Crisis