Fox News host Bill O’Reilly appeared on “Fox & Friends” Thursday and referred to the attorney general’s speech as another example of the “grievance industry” that’s plaguing the country.
“He should have been fired a long time ago and I don’t care what color he is. He is not an effective law enforcement agent,” O’Reilly said. “Do you think that the House committee called him in and said ‘let’s get the black guy today’? Is that what they did? Does anybody believe that?”
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