The former Fox News anchor said Huckabee Sanders laughed at his suggestion.
"The sponsor boycott is not some spontaneous uprising by companies," O'Reilly said.
Watters, who on Monday had dinner with President Donald Trump—himself the target of sexual harassment allegations by more than a dozen women—joins an ignominious list of prominent Fox News men...
"Outnumbered" host Harris Faulkner called out Fox News for its hypocrisy on sexual harassment.
Once a staunch Reagan Republican, Laura Ingraham has become Trump’s top tub-thumper—and Fox’s new star. But is her love for the Donald genuine or something more cynical?
Briganti “is known for her vindictiveness. To this day, she pushes negative articles on certain Ailes accusers," Kelly said.
O'Reilly, a former Fox News host, claimed gun control laws wouldn't prevent mass shootings such as those in Las Vegas.
Ailes died of a brain injury, but O’Reilly blamed his enemies’ “brutal hatred” for his passing.
A letter was sent to Ofcom by Douglas Wigdor, a New York lawyer.
The Fox brand was hurt, companies yanked their ads, so O’Reilly was toast.
The majority of O'Reilly viewers would follow the host to a new network, survey shows.
The disgraced anchor’s lawyers hoped to prove he was the victim of a liberal smear campaign.
The vast majority of that—as much as $65 million in exit packages—has gone to the men ousted from the network, with Bill O'Reilly reportedly getting a $25 million package.
“Suddenly sexual harassment is a crime?” said O'Reilly sympathizer 'Stephen Colbert.'
The actor and rapper says he won't judge the Fox anchor 'the same way that he judged me.'
Sketch spotlights the controversy surrounding the Fox News host, who has been accused of sexual harassment and other inappropriate behavior.
More than 22 advertisers have abandoned the show, which averages close to four million viewers daily.
The Fox host questioned President Donald Trump in a pre-Super Bowl interview on his approach to Russia and respect for Vladimir Putin.
President also repeats unsupported claims about rampant voter fraud.
It is a wild exaggeration to compare the ISIS threat to that of the fascist powers of the 1930s.