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Sarah Palin Goes After Bill O’Reilly During ‘Hannity’ Appearance: ‘The Left Doesn’t Do That’

Former

Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin was seemingly disenchanted with Fox News host Bill O’Reilly’s recent comment that she, Donald Trump and Chris Christie would collectively constitute a “reality show” should they choose to run for president in 2016 — so much so that she directly responded to his quip during a Tuesday night appearance on “Hannity.”
Speaking about the need for unity in defeating Hillary Clinton — pending she captures the Democratic ticket — Palin told host Sean Hannity that “it’s going to take more than a village to beat” the former first lady.
Palin said that conservatives will need to recognize the importance of unity, while realizing that they also have a strike against them when it comes to the media, which she believes favor the left. From there, she cited the comment O’Reilly made in a brief promo that aired on Fox News earlier in the day on Tuesday.
Former Alaska governor and 2008 Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin campaigns for U.S. Rep. Bill Cassidy, R-Baton Rouge, during a rally Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014, at Hangar 10, located at the Monroe Regional Airport, in Monroe, La. (AP Photo/The News-Star, Dacia Idom)
“On Fox — kind of a quasi or assumed conservative outlet and we have all day listening to the tease of Bill O’Reilly … he’s talking about the guests on his show tonight or the commentary on his show,” Palin said. “And that would be, ‘Oh, all these GOP contenders thinking about running for president – like Donald Trump, Sarah Palin.’ And he names ‘em off and he says, ‘Oh, what a reality show that would be! Yuk, yuk!’”
She continued, “Well, the left doesn’t do that, okay, they take this serious, because this is war … and hopefully the media — even the quasi right side of the media — won’t be looking at this as some kind of reality show, a joke.”
During a promo for Tuesday night’s “O’Reilly Factor,” O’Reilly said, “Sarah Palin, Donald Trump, Chris Christie all may run for president on the Republican side. Wow, talk about a reality show” — a comment that was seemingly at the root of her response.
Palin also responded to critiques following what many called a rambling and incoherent address at the Freedom Summit in Iowa Saturday, where it is reported that her teleprompter malfunctioned.
“I don’t read the praise and I don’t read the criticism, because I know how … the media works,” she told Hannity, defending the sentiment about hard work and the middle class that she said was present in her speech.
Watch Palin’s comments about O’Reilly below:
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(H/T: Daily Mail)


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