When she accepted the offer, “many people I respect told me not to appear,” but she decided to do it — and prepared heavily: “My daughter coached me; so did my litigator ex-husband, so did my friend and Salon co-conspirator Kerry Lauerman. It takes a village to debate Bill O’Reilly!”
So how did it go? “There were a couple of ‘I know you are but what am I?’ moments that I’m not totally proud of. It was a kaleidoscopic nightmare, a TV acid trip,” she wrote.
But after it aired, she added an update. “I’m going to give ‘The O’Reilly Factor’ credit here: The show was pretty much how it went. Exactly how it went, as I can recall,” she wrote.
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