Some Americans - including many in the press - will oppose President Trump no matter what he says in his first address before Congress tonight, Bill O'Reilly said in his Talking Points Memo.

O'Reilly said that doesn't really matter, however, because Trump will be judged on how his policies jump-start the economy, fix the immigration problem and keep Americans safe.

He argued that if Trump can follow through with his campaign promises and major policies, then the culture war will begin to go his way.

"Americans are tired of political correctness and left-wing totalitarianism," O'Reilly said. "Most of us have had it with extremism on both sides."

He said that the U.S. remains a bastion of opportunity and common-sense views held by regular folks.

"But that profile has been smothered by big government zealots, ideological fanatics and a media that promotes the P.C. culture," O'Reilly said.

He said that Trump will "trounce his enemies" if his vision brings increased prosperity and security.

"If economic opportunity rises, all the class warfare B.S. will be harder to sell. But in order for that to happen, America needs to be unleashed."

Watch the full Talking Points Memo above, and see O'Reilly weigh in on the "war" between Trump and the press.

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