Bill O’Reilly Predicts ‘Collapse’ Of Cable News Networks Post-Trump

Long­time Fox News per­son­al­i­ty Bill O’Reil­ly says cable news net­works are going to “col­lapse” after Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump leaves office.

In an inter­view with Sin­clair Broadcasting’s “Amer­i­ca This Week” on Wednes­day, O’Reilly said “something’s going on” already at Fox News.

“NBC News, CNN, and the oth­er net­works are going to col­lapse almost entire­ly,” O’Reilly said after Trump leaves office and a Joe Biden admin­is­tra­tion begins.

“They don’t have any cred­i­bil­i­ty,” he said, adding “every­body knew… they were try­ing to destroy Trump.”

“Now you’re going to tell the truth,” he scoffed. “It’s over.”

Trump him­self has blamed O’Reilly’s for­mer net­work, Fox News, for his re-elec­tion woes.

Ear­li­er this week, Trump tweet­ed that Fox News “day­time rat­ings have com­plete­ly collapsed.”

Trump added that the “biggest dif­fer­ence between the 2016 Elec­tion, and 2020, was @FoxNews.”

Fox view­ers have joined with Trump and are exit­ing the net­work and tun­ing into News­max TV.

On Thurs­day, Nielsen report­ed that more than 1 mil­lion cable view­ers per minute were tun­ing into Newsmax’s “Greg Kel­ly Reports” – as the net­work esti­mates an addi­tion­al mil­lion view­ers tuned in through stream­ing OTT devices.



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