Wow. Bill O’Reilly‘s appearance on “The View” this morning was one for the ages. The Fox News host got into a heated exchange with a few of the ladies, over the lower Manhattan mosque project, leading Joy Behar and Whoopi Goldberg to storm off the set.
Early in the segment, O’Reilly said to Behar: “Hold it. Hold it. Listen to me because you’ll learn something.” A couple minutes later, after the exchange got really heated, Behar stood up and said. “This is BS, Bill. I Don’t want to sit here.” She and Goldberg walked off.
Barbara Walters then chided her co-hosts saying sternly to the audience: “I want to say something. You have just seen what should not happen. We should be able to have discussions without washing our hands and screaming and walking offstage. I love my colleagues. It should not have happened.”
Walters then laid in to O’Reilly, saying he was being demeaning and demanded he apologize. See what happens after the jump…
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