Following his appearance in the White House audience for Pres. Obama’s My Brother’s Keeper inititiave, Bill O’Reilly sat down with Obama’s senior adviser, Valerie Jarrett. “I was pleased you invited me to this,” said O’Reilly in his first ever interview with Jarrett. “You shocked a lot of people — people were fainting when I walked in.”
O’Reilly gave his ideas of how the program could work: “You’re going to have to get people like Jay Z, like Kanye West, all of these gangsta rappers, to knock it off. That’s number one.”
O’Reilly then told Jarrett he’d like Michelle Obama to come on his program: “And I want Michelle Obama to look into that camera and say you teenage girls, you stop having sex. You stop getting pregnant. This is wrong. I want her to do that right here. Do you think she would?”
“Well,” said Jarrett, “I think what’s more important than Michelle Obama coming on Fox News is for her to spend time with young girls, which she does. She’s had a mentor-ship program for young girls since she first took office.”
The two also talked about the president’s poll numbers and military cuts. WATCH:
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