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CNN Evening News for Monday, Oct 23, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) FA "New York Times" report that former Fox anchor Bill O'Reilly settled a sexual harassment lawsuit for 32 million dollars noted.

(Studio: Brian Stelter) The reaction to O'Reilly's settlement with Lis Wiehl†† examined; details given about his eventual firing from Fox after signing a huge deal after other settlements were revealed. [On "The Glenn Beck Radio Program," O'REILLY - says they want to take him out of the marketplace.] [On NBC last month, O'REILLY - denies doing anything wrong.] [On CNN, "New York Times" Emily STEEL†- explains what Wiehl claimed.] [Former Fox anchor Gretchen CARLSON - offers views on the 32 million dollar settlement.] [With "New York Times," voice of O'REILLY - denies proof: bull****.] O'Reilly's confirmation of the settlement, how Fox was aware he settled when his contract was renewed discussed.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Stelter, Brian
Duration:
00:04:20

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