WATCH: Donald Trump Super Bowl Interview With Bill O’Reilly Full Video

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(Fox News)

President Donald Trump was interviewed by Fox News anchor Bill O’Reilly during the Fox Super Bowl pregame show.

They discussed a wide range of issues relating to politics and foreign policy. The president also gave his Super Bowl prediction, picking the New England Patriots to beat the Atlanta Falcons by 8 points.

You can watch the full video of the interview below:

The O’Reilly-Trump interview continues a tradition started by President Barack Obama, who sat down for six years of one-on-ones on Super Bowl Sunday, according to CNN’s Brian Stelter. Obama was twice interviewed by O’Reilly when Fox was the Super Bowl network. President George W. Bush also sat down for interviews twice on Super Bowls.

The second and third parts of the interview airing Monday and Tuesday night on O’Reilly’s Fox News show, “The O’Reilly Factor,” which airs at 8 p.m. Eastern.


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His questioning was lamely pathetic.i remember how you hammered Obama. Fox will always be foxy.


Nonsense. Oblabla was foxy, shallow, guileful and an empty windbag of a poser who blabbered away in love with his own voice while the deficit, foreign policy, immigration went to hell in a handbag as he whined about Fox News like the petulant wuss he was. Told O’reilly there was’t a “smidgeon” of curruption in the IRS tageting conservative organization while the white house logs showed the IRS head visited there nearly 200 times in year up to his senconf election. And that’s just for starters.


Mistakes kill people. People don’t kill people. Good distinction,Bill.

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