Will Bill O Reilly return

Star presenter Bill O'Reilly has to leave Fox News after allegations of sexual harassment, but denies it

Even the backing of the US President no longer helped. "I don't think Bill did anything wrong," Donald Trump said earlier this month after allegations of sexual harassment became known in no less than five cases, according to a report in the New York Times.

As the "Gray Lady" reported on April 1, star presenter Bill O'Reilly, who has hosted the popular format "The O'Reilly Factor" on Fox News since 1996, agreed with five women with the support of the television station on a hush of 13 Million dollars agreed. The five women who allegedly molested O'Reilly had worked for Fox or were guests on his show.

Donald Trump defended O'Reilly: "He should have fought this through to the end"

Donald Trump had stated after the revelatory article in the New York Times: "Personally, I think he shouldn't have sought an out-of-court settlement. He should have fought it through to the end ”. O'Reilly is "a fine guy," said the incumbent US President.

Now, however, the conservative news broadcaster Fox News, which is mostly owned by media mogul Rupert Murdoch, took the consequences of the smoldering affair. "After a thorough review of the allegations against him, the company and Bill O’Reilly have come to the conclusion that Bill O’Reilly will not be returning to Fox News," Murdoch and his sons said in a memo to the workforce that evening.

MURDOCHS letter to 21st Century Fox employees (pictured) https://t.co/Wkcm2pBsswpic.twitter.com/43AzHoH5PD

- Dylan Byers (@DylanByers) April 19, 2017

As the New York Times reported today, more than 50 advertisers are said to have dropped out of his show in the past two and a half weeks.

O'Reilly, who is currently on vacation and yesterday met the Pope in the Vatican, defended himself against the allegations, which the 67-year-old described as "completely unfounded". He was "enormously discouraged" about the development, but "this is the reality for many of us who live in public," said O'Reilly in a statement.

O’Reilly statement pic.twitter.com/FKO0NLtMbl

- Hadas Gold (@Hadas_Gold) April 19, 2017

Last year, Fox News boss Roger Ailes also resigned on allegations of sexual harassment. Meanwhile, the dismissal of the controversial conservative moderator, who had been controversial for years, made waves on social media:

Remember when people like Bill O'Reilly claimed President Obama (married 24 years, zero scandals) was bad for morals and family values? pic.twitter.com/rYUfN51P4o

- John (@linnyitssn) April 19, 2017

Bill O’Reilly is being fired despite @POTUS standing by him. Our president is a job killer.

- andy lassner (@andylassner) April 19, 2017

Congratulations to Bill O'Reilly on taking this important first step toward the presidency of the United States.

- Bess Kalb (@bessbell) April 19, 2017

Sad part is, Bill O'Reilly isn’t being fired because he harassed women, it’s because we weren’t supposed to find out about it.

- Kimberly (@Kimistryisfun_) April 19, 2017

Ugh. We're all gonna get that awkward email where O’Reilly tells us his new gmail address.

- Thomas Lennon (@thomaslennon) April 19, 2017

How ironic ... Bill O’Reilly is getting paid by Fox to go away from them after Fox paid any number of women to go away from Bill O’Reilly ...

- Peter Vecsey (@ PeterVecsey1) April 19, 2017

Cheer up Bill O'Reilly - there are still many companies that would love to hire you.
I mean, no companies that employ women, but still.

- John Fugelsang (@JohnFugelsang) April 19, 2017

Reminder: Bill O'Reilly’s book on traditional, wholesome family values ​​came out a week ago

- Pat Bagley (@Patbagley) April 19, 2017

If Bill is fired, it will send a clear message to men in power: You will only get away for this for 20 years.

https://t.co/hqjn8gXHKA

- Brianna Wu (@Spacekatgal) April 19, 2017