Bill O’Reilly: ‘I Think I Trust Iran More Than I Trust the American Press’

Bill O’Reilly really doesn’t trust the American mainstream media; so much so, he said tonight, that he actually might trust Iran more than he does the press.

O’Reilly and Brit Hume were talking about the Iran nuclear deal and Republican opposition to it. Hume noted how many Republicans are hesitant not just because they don’t trust President Obama, but because they don’t trust Iran.

O’Reilly said if that was the deciding factor in every deal, absolutely nothing would ever get done. Though speaking of trustworthiness, he soon made this observation:

“I don’t trust the press. I think I trust Iran more than I trust the American press. I don’t want the American press interpreting this for me.”

Well, the message here is abundantly clear: Bill O’Reilly does not like the media.

Watch the video below, via Fox News:

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