The O'Reilly Factor
A daily summary of segments aired on The O'Reilly Factor. A preview of the evening's rundown is posted before the show airs each weeknight.
Tuesday, August 23, 2016
The Factor Rundown
Talking Points Memo
Factor Followup
Personal Story
Campaign 2016
Is It Legal?
What the Heck Just Happened?
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Tuesday: Trump Narrowing in on Clinton's Controversies
A New Strategy from the Trump Campaign
Guests: Larry Sabato & Rick Klein
To take the heat off their candidate, the Trump campaign is now focusing on Hillary Clinton's continuing email and foundation controversies. Trump is hammering Clinton's State Department for what he says are "pay-for-play operations" and is even calling for a special prosecutor to investigate her foundation. By putting the focus on Mrs. Clinton instead of himself, could Trump close the gap with Hillary? We'll analyze the situation tonight.
Clinton Under Increased Scrutiny
Guest: James Rosen
As we explained in Talking Points, anti-Clinton forces are demanding investigations into the Clinton foundation. Our own James Rosen will join us for a report on how the Clinton camp is handling this latest controversy.
Negativity and Danger on the Web
Guests: Paul Booth & Keith Ablow
Time Magazine's cover story this week says that while there are many great benefits to the internet, it has also created a culture of hate. Anonymity allows people to trash one another publicly on the web without fear of repercussion. We'll take a deeper look at why so many seem to enjoy encouraging hatred and negativity on the internet.
Hollywood and the Election
Guest: Melissa Francis
Are actors and musicians capable of swaying votes? FBN's Melissa Francis will bring us a special report on what Hollywood folks are saying about the presidential election.
Navy Seal Controversy
Guests: Kimberly Guilfoyle & Lis Wiehl
The Navy Seal who says he killed Osama bin Laden in 2011 has been ordered to pay millions of dollars in book penalties. Tonight Is It Legal will tell you why.
Obama's Louisiana Visit
Guests: Greg Gutfeld & Bernard McGuirk
Today President Obama finally visited Louisiana - where floods have caused a massive amount of damage. An estimated 60 thousand homes have been impacted. Many say the visit is long overdue. Tonight Gutfeld and McGuirk will opine.
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