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Bill O'Reilly asks if some TV news folks are 'too close' to the candidates

Bill O’Reilly, host of the Fox News ratings juggernaut “The O’Reilly Factor,” has recently started tweeting, but we’re beginning to suspect that might not have been a smart move. O’Reilly has tweeted a preview of tonight’s show, which will investigate if some TV personalities are too close personally to the candidates they’re supposed to be covering.

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Some are physically close and not ashamed to admit it — self-confessed “hugger” Rachel Maddow literally embraced the Democratic candidates following the debate she helped moderate. Donald Trump threatened to boycott Fox News following the first GOP debate, but he seems to have dropped that effort, appearing for the full hour on “Hannity” last night. Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski also hosted a one-hour town hall with Trump on MSNBC.

We’re not sure whom O’Reilly will call out tonight, but we’ll see if he includes himself and several of his network colleagues.

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