The former president says he’s eager to discuss election fraud, which he continues to baselessly push
“Are your lawyers prepared, though, for the war? There will be a war. You know that. Are they prepared for it?” O’Reilly asked.
“Everything is a war. With me, life is a war. Yeah, we’re prepared and somebody had to do it,” Trump replied, claiming “everybody’s wanted” him to sue Twitter, Facebook and Google.
He denied inciting the riot and went on to discuss his baseless conviction that there was widespread election fraud last November.
The interview was conducted for O’Reilly’s “No Spin News” platform, which he launched after being ousted from Fox News in 2017, weeks after The New York Times reported that he and Fox News had paid $13 million in settlements with numerous women who had accused the star of sexual harassment. The news prompted an advertiser boycott that led to his final episodes running almost commercial-free. After his departure, the Times revealed the existence of an additional O’Reilly settlement totaling $32 million — a deal the Times said Fox News’ parent company, 21st Century Fox, was aware of.
Watch video of the show above.
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