Many people might think the last eight years under President Obama were great for inclusion, but Bill O’Reilly took serious issue with that line of thinking tonight.
He called it a liberal “delusion” to think that the “philosophy of inclusion is endangered” by Donald Trump‘s victory.
And across the country, lots of people––especially minorities––are worried about what could happen to them and those around them now that Trump will be president.
But O’Reilly argued that Trump’s victory showed that millions and millions of Americans did not feel included in Obama’s vision of America, saying, “There is not a man on this earth more opposite Barack Obama than Donald Trump.”
He went down a list of issues and policies––like health care, crime, and illegal immigration––where he doesn’t think the Obama administration has been particularly inclusive.
O’Reilly also pointed out that the media excludes and mocks traditional Americans, so he concluded that “you’re living in a fantasy world” if you think the last 8 years have been good for inclusion.
Watch above, via Fox News.
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