FNC’s Bill O’Reilly will make his first appearance on Katie Couric‘s show tomorrow. O’Reilly and Couric will recap tonight’s debate, talk about the state of the campaign and O’Reilly will discuss his latest book, “Killing Kennedy” — a closer look at the assassination of Pres. John F. Kennedy.
MSNBC’s Chris Matthews was on the show today with some thoughts on tonight’s debate as well as the first one, to the mostly-female “Katie” crowd. “I think [Pres. Obama] missed so many opportunities last time,” said Matthews “For women, most voters, 10 million more women voters than male voters. They tend to favor the democrats. They favor particularly President Obama. He never mentioned women’s issues.”
“I forgot how much fun it is to talk to Chris, and how hard it is to interrupt him,” said Couric at the end of the interview.
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