Bill O’Reilly debuted a 30-minute online news show Wednesday that’s made available to premium subscribers of his website, The Hollywood Reporter reported. The show will be made available to non-paying viewers Thursday. His first webcast discussed President Trump’s recent remarks on North Korea, the FBI’s raid of former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort’s home, and the media’s coverage of the Trump White House. The former O'Reilly Factor host has also been producing a daily news podcast for paying subscribers since being ousted from his Fox News show in April. O’Reilly was fired by Fox News after losing 90-plus advertisers following a New York Times report that he had settled at least five sexual-harassment lawsuits.
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