Bill O’Reilly rather strongly reprimanded Neil Munro, a now-infamous reporter at Tucker Carlson‘s The Daily Caller, for interrupting President Obama in the middle of a speech announcing his administration’s new policy shift on the deportation of young immigrants. He said that Munro was “absolutely wrong” to interrupt Obama, and even if a person does not like a particular president, they should have enough sense to respect the office they hold.
In a Talking Points segment focused on President Obama’s newly announced immigration policy, O’Reilly admitted the plan is fair and it would be unfair to punish kids who were brought to the United States by their parents. He said whether or not the policy is humane is up for debate, but what he could not dispute was that Munro was disrespecting the president.
“Mr. Munro was absolutely wrong in interfering with the president’s statement. As Talking Points always says, you must respect the office of the presidency, even if you don’t like the person in it. Mr. Obama was correct in calling Munro out.”
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