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Bill O'Reilly weighed in on the partisan divide within America, which he said is only getting worse as the country heads toward a presidential election.

O'Reilly broke down why Democrats and Republicans view the other party as immoral and close-minded, saying that the former is largely to do with views on abortion and marriage, and the latter has to do with guns.

Just the words 'right-wing' are enough to cause fear and loathing in many liberals. But that loathing is shared by conservative Americans who believe that the liberal doctrines of unfettered immigration and political correctness to the point of absurdity are severely damaging the USA."

O'Reilly said that not every issue has two sides; there is a right and wrong when it comes to Kate's Law, confronting jihadists, and protecting poor people from murderous gangs.

"There is a right and wrong in this world, but unfortunately both political parties believe they have a monopoly on right. But they are wrong."

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