O'Reilly surprised by Fox exit, says truth will come out

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But I can tell you that I'm very confident the truth will come out.

"I don't want the media to take what I say and misconstrue it. And we are working in that direction".

In a podcast posted to his website on Monday, O'Reilly gave a rundown of current events similar to what his fans normally see on his show.

The decision came after The O'Reilly Factor host became increasingly toxic amid reports that O'Reilly and Fox News paid millions of dollars to multiple women to settle allegations of sexual harassment, resulting in a sweeping loss in advertisers and public protests. O'Reilly's final Monday on the air, his penultimate FNC telecast on April 10, averaged 3.7 million viewers and 635,000 adults 25-54 - so while Carlson may not have pulled the same audience, he was dead even in the demo.

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He plans to add news discussion and eventually guests, turning the show "into a genuine news program".

Considering that the mainstream press wants "to destroy Trump's presidency", O'Reilly said, "for him to poll in the low 40s favorable isn't that bad".

"Tucker Carlson Tonight" beat out all other programs on USA cable news Monday.

Carlson moved from 9 p.m. ET to 8 p.m. ET to replace O'Reilly, who was sacked from Fox News Channel amid allegations of sexual harassment. Some of the people on the "Factor" staff have been here from the very beginning, helping Bill O'Reilly create something that had never been done before.

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The biggest beneficiary of the ejection of Bill O'Reilly from Fox News just might be network - and political - rival Rachel Maddow.

'What O'Reilly did was not easy.

"He set a high bar and I'm gonna do my best to meet it. Thanks for sticking with us". He had been with network for over 20 years prior to departure. "Hopefully you're here for a while", Jenner said, smiling, and then discussed politics and gender identity issues with the host.

Perhaps recognizing the challenge of getting cable watchers to pay another subscription, O'Reilly suggested Monday that a premium membership makes "great Father's and Mother's Day gifts".

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