Fox News host Bill O’Reilly made some interesting predictions about the first presidential debate, set to take place on Monday.
He said it could mean the end for either candidate, if they don’t behave.
Appearing on ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live” Wednesday night, O’Reilly said the debate is “going to be fun” and will “get huge ratings,” but warned if Trump launches into insults as he did during the GOP primary debates, “that will be the end of him.”
“I thought I was watching Don Rickles,” O’Reilly said of Trump’s previous debate performances.
“If he starts that with Hillary Clinton, ‘you’re crooked. Crooked Hillary,’ He’ll lose. That’ll be the end of him,” he told host Jimmy Kimmel.
“On the other side, Hillary Clinton is calling him all kinds of names. Misogynist. Racist. If she starts that, she’ll lose.”
How’s that for fair and balanced.
O’Reilly offered Clinton a bit of advice on how to get the upper hand with Trump, saying she should focus on policy.
“If she’s smart on Monday, she’ll get right into policy, and then look at him and go ‘do you know what I’m talking about?’ Because maybe he won’t,” O’Reilly said. “She knows who the leaders are, what the vibe is.”
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