When Donald Trump first announced his campaign for president, most members of the media and political pundits didn't take his candidacy too seriously. Fast forward to present day and Trump is the new president-elect, and he appears to only have a few friends left in the media.

Fox News on "The View"

After Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election, millions of people around the country were left stunned. As thousands took to the streets in protest against the billionaire real estate mogul, most of the mainstream media lashed out against him as well.

Following several cabinet appointments and recent reports that Russia hacked the election in favor of Trump, the media has been critical of the former host of "The Apprentice." These issues were discussed during the December 14 edition of "The O'Reilly Factor" on Fox News.

Joining Fox News host Bill O'Reilly were Fox Business contributors Eboni Williams and Trish Regan. After playing a series of clips from media critics, including the hosts of "The View," O'Reilly then gave his opinion on the alleged bias against Donald Trump, and why people are questioning the media.

"These people are so overwrought that almost every fair-minded American doesn't listen to them anymore," O'Reilly said, before adding, "It doesn't matter what they say about Trump, they just turn them off, or walk away, or cancel their newspaper subscription."

Williams partly agreed, but noted that many on left believe that if the media isn't critical of Trump, that they are "dangerously" legitimatizing his election win.

Bill O'Reilly referred to the current outrage among liberals as "insane," citing Trump's election win to back-up his claims.

O'Reilly goes hard

Bill O'Reilly later turned his attention back to "The View," which he described as having a "hatred" for Trump. "I don't mind the opinion, it's the hatred," the Fox News host said. "Am I gonna watch the David Duke (former KKK leader) show on some kinda cable access?," O'Reilly rhetorically asked, before answering, "No, I'm not." O'Reilly then referred to the former KKK leader as a "hater," just as he did "The View," before asking, "What's the difference?"

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