Bill O`Reilly is warning that Republicans are not going to stop trying to shut down the government.
He told Fox News host Bill O�Reilly on Thursday that Republicans need to come to the table and talk to each other, especially with Democrats.
It’s time to get going,” he said. “
It’s just the beginning.
It’s time to get going,” he said.
“If we don’t, we’re just going to see this spiral out of control.”
O’Neil, who will step down from his Fox News role in August, was asked if he would consider a run for the Republican nomination.
He said that’s not his first choice, and he hasn’t ruled it out.
“I don’t see myself as a candidate, but I’m certainly open to it.
I’m open to the idea of being a candidate in the future,” O`Neil said.
O’Neill has been on a roll since the government shutdown in October.
He was a prominent voice in the shutdown, hosting a special on the subject during the government’s shutdown.
O`Neill also played a role in the government being shut down, which he attributed to his time as a Fox News contributor.
“You know, when I went on the air, I had no background whatsoever,” O’Donnell said.
“[I] was a freelancer, I was just covering the news.
It wasn’t my job to know what was going on in the country.
And I’m not going out there saying ‘Hey, I think this is going to work.’ “
So, I’m just going through it, trying to make sense of it.
And I’m not going out there saying ‘Hey, I think this is going to work.’
I don’t think of myself as the person who had to do that, but the reality is that if I hadn’t been a contributor, this would have been a much different story.” “
I’m trying not to take it personally.
I don’t think of myself as the person who had to do that, but the reality is that if I hadn’t been a contributor, this would have been a much different story.”
O`Donnell has been an outspoken advocate of shutting down the federal government.
Earlier this year, he warned that Republicans were on the verge of losing the majority of the House if they didn’t immediately pass a bill that would defund Planned Parenthood.
“There’s no reason for us, I can tell you that,” O�Donnell said in September.
“The reason we’re in the situation that we’re facing right now, the reason we’ve got this stalemate is the Democrats are not giving us a clear, positive, solid path to get our way.”
O�Neill, who is expected to return to Fox News in the coming weeks, has a long history of criticizing Republican leadership in Congress.
Last week, he criticized Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, for supporting a bill to defund Planned