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Published On: Mon, Feb 10th, 2014

Geraldo Rivera on Bill O’Reilly’s Super Bowl interview with President Obama stripped ‘him of his majesty’

Bill O’Reilly has taken some heat for his interview with President Obama which aired Super Bowl Sunday.

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Now in an interview with Geraldo Rivera on The O’Reilly Factor the FOX host is accused of not giving him the respect he deserves and the interview made him seem like “the “President of Most of the White Guys of America,” O’Reilly, versus the president of “almost everyone else.”

“It’s not my job to be a social scientist or please you, Geraldo Rivera, who’s looking more like a cartel member every day,” O’Reilly joked. “My job is to get information. That’s my job. I got it. And I asked him the tough questions that nobody else — no one — has asked him.”

“What you did was strip him of his majesty, so to speak,” Rivera replied.

“I don’t think he has majesty! He’s not a king!” O’Reilly said, adding that he respects the office of the presidency but presidents still need to be held accountable.

What are your thoughts? Is there a majesty of the President? Was O’Reilly out of line?

 

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