That’s the question that sprung to mind when Bill O’Reilly’s latest, “The United States of Trump,” dropped Tuesday, but even after he retweeted a single appearance on BlazeTV, answers were tremendously hard to come by.
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Representatives for CNN, NBC and Sinclair did not return request for comment on whether O’Reilly, who was ousted from Fox News in the wake of a sexual harassment scandal, would be welcome on their airwaves, let alone if he actually had plans or made requests to appear.
Representatives for his publisher, Henry Holt & Co., also did not respond to numerous requests for a list of his scheduled promotional appearances. Representatives for