Anyone who believes President Obama’s administration has been inclusive over the last eight years has been “living in a fantasy world” according to Bill O’Reilly.
Americans voting for Donald Trump last week have effectively ended the “inclusion delusion,” the Fox News host declared in his Talking Points Memo on Monday’s “The O’Reilly Factor.”
“One of the main beefs on the left is that the philosophy of inclusion is endangered by Trump,” O’Reilly said.
“Apparently the anti-Trump people believe that eight years of the Obama administration have brought an American unification, that we are basically harmonious in this country.”
O’Reilly pointed to more than 60 million Americans who voted for Trump because they did not feel they were a part of Obama’s “grand left-wing vision.”
“There is not a man on this Earth more opposite Barack Obama than Donald Trump,” O’Reilly said.
He laid out examples of Obama’s non-inclusive policies that have left millions of Americans feeling unrepresented by the government in areas like abortion, health insurance, the nation’s drug epidemic, sanctuary cities, public safety and school choice.
“You are living in a fantasy world if you think the liberal administration of the past eight years has encouraged inclusion,” O’Reilly said. “It has not. And the millions of Americans who were excluded by the Obama administration have now put an end to the ‘inclusion delusion.'”
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