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O'Reilly Factor host Bill O'Reilly called into Fox & Friends Weekend to discuss the presidential election.

Abby Huntsman asked O'Reilly, as the co-author of numerous history texts, how he and others would write about the Donald Trump-Hillary Clinton election of 2016 when it is over.

"It depends who wins the election," O'Reilly said, "That's obviously going to put things into perspective."

"You have had a mini revolution of the voters," he said, describing the way Trump won the Republican nomination, "He put together a base [that is] loyal to him, still."

They are "tired of the way the country is being run," he said, noting Trump has had mostly consistent support from about 40 percent of the electorate.

Clinton, he said has "gone very, very left, and that upsets a lot of people," he said, contrasting the two candidates.

O'Reilly also discussed recent WikiLeaks emails involving longtime Clinton confidante John Podesta, as well as a controversial remark Vice President Biden made at a rally in Luzerne County, Pa., in which he said he wanted to meet Donald Trump "behind the gym."

Watch O'Reilly's full interview above and let us know what you think in the comments.

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