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Fox News / O'Reilly Exit / A Discussion #1109604

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 18, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Source reports that Fox News & Bill O'Reilly may part ways over his sexual harassment issues introduced.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's media reporter Brian Stelter, lawyer Lisa Bloom, who represents accuser Wendy Walsh, & media analyst Bill Carter about O'Reilly's fate. [STELTER, CARTER, BLOOM - offer views on what may happen to O'Reilly due to the harassment stories & the advertiser boycott, the pressure on Fox, Walsh's story about O'Reilly's harassment, the Fox hotline, how this is difficult to the women involved, the O'Reilly-Fox contract language, how O'Reilly is the Fox signature star, so there may be a backlash.]

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