Bill O'Reilly to release first podcast episode since Fox News firing

Posted April 25, 2017

"I am sad that I'm not on television anymore", O'Reilly started the 19-minute podcast.

John Kasich, who hosted a Fox News program from 2001 through 2007, said he "wouldn't have stayed" at the network if he had witnessed a culture of sexual harassment. I was very surprised how it all turned out. O'Reilly stated that he couldn't "say a lot" and that he was "sad" about the situation. But I can tell you that I'm very confident the truth will come out. "There's a lot of stuff involved here", he continued.

O'Reilly said he can not say more now because he does not want to influence the flow of the information.

"Sorry, but as a [woman], I know far [too] well what the thought of dollars does to some and face it, men with cash and position will get hit, so get the facts, admit [you're] wrong, take him back, or sink into the sh*thole CNN is in". The former "O'Reilly Factor" host will launch his "No Spin News" podcast on Monday night, April 24, 2017.

O'Reilly was let go from Fox News largely due to the backlash the network was receiving after several women made sexual harassment allegations against the TV personality and were awarded $13 million in a settlement. Some of the people on the "Factor" staff have been here from the very beginning, helping Bill O'Reilly create something that had never been done before. "And we are working in that direction, okay?"

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Last year, former Fox News chairman and CEO Roger Ailes resigned amid similar allegations of sexual harassment.

O'Reilly said the podcast, normally reserved for premium or paid members, will be free this week, Monday through Thursday nights. O'Reilly has denied the misconduct claims levied against him.

Carlson last Friday delivered a farewell address to viewers of his previous time slot: "For 20 years, you've trusted Bill O'Reilly to be straight with you, to tell you what others wont tell you", he said on his last show. "He set a high bar, and I'm going to do my best to meet it. Thanks for sticking with us".

O'Reilly says all proceeds are donated to charity.

O'Reilly was meeting with Pope Francis when it was first announced that he was going to be fired but would be receiving a $25 million payout from Fox.