Earlier tonight the first part of Hillary Clinton’s interview with Bill O’Reilly aired and, I have to say, it was a very interesting interview to watch. To her credit, Hillary sure did stand her ground and seemed to have come very prepared to counter O’Reilly’s questions and criticisms of her plans and policies.
Here is video of the entire first part which aired tonight in 2 segments:
A report on the interview from the AP:
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) â€” Hillary Rodham Clinton said Wednesday she found remarks by Barack Obama’s former pastor to be “offensive and outrageous” and noted that her Democratic rival had spoken out forcefully against them.
“I think that he made his views clear, finally, that he disagreed. And I think that’s what he had to do,” Clinton said in an interview with Fox News commentator Bill O’Reilly. The network released excerpts of the taped interview ahead of its airing Wednesday night.
It was the former first lady’s first appearance on the O’Reilly show, the most popular Fox News program and a staple of conservative media. Over the years, O’Reilly has been a staunch critic of both the New York senator and her husband, former President Bill Clinton.
Campaign aides said her appearance on the Fox News show was designed to reach out to working-class, independent white men who could decide the outcome of next week’s Indiana primary.
The second part will air Thursday evening, I’ll have that for you as well. Sound off below on what you think, too hard, too weak?
Watch the second night of the interview here:
Video: Hillary Clinton on The Oâ€™Reilly Factor (Part 2)