NPR’s Terry Gross Has a Sick Burn for Bill O’Reilly Walking Out on Their Fresh Air Interview

NPR's Terry Gross Has A Sick Burn For Bill O'Reilly Walking Out On Their Fresh Air Interview

NPR's Terry Gross Has A Sick Burn For Bill O'Reilly Walking Out On Their Fresh Air Interview

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NPR's Terry Gross Has A Sick Burn For Bill O'Reilly Walking Out On Their Fresh Air Interview

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NPR's Terry Gross Has A Sick Burn For Bill O'Reilly Walking Out On Their Fresh Air Interview

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NPR's Terry Gross Has a Sick Burn for Bill O'Reilly Walking Out on Their Fresh Air Interview

38 thoughts on “NPR’s Terry Gross Has a Sick Burn for Bill O’Reilly Walking Out on Their Fresh Air Interview”

  1. I’d be ashamed of an interview with Bill O’Reilly that didn’t end in him storming out. He only sticks around for the softballs nowadays.

  2. Wow I hear her voice every day but I’ve never actually seen her! How amazing to see her talking <3

  3. She’s on a completely different level than Fallon, who is the worst interviewer on television.

  4. Of course he stomped out he’s so ashamed of his being a pervert. He simply can’t say to himself “damn, I really screwed up” He can’t. There are principled cons and libs, and then there are unprincipled people. He’s one of the latter. Bluster and bullshit.

  5. Love your show, Terri. I must say I miss Diane Rehm. So grateful we have you. I am not comparing. No comparison can exist between two great people each superb at what they do in their own right. National treasure indeed. Yes you are. Thank you.

  6. If i saw Terry gross i would pass out i love her… #the whitest statement ever and i don’t care

  7. Terry Gross. One of the best interviewers in the business because she is so thoroughly prepared and so knowledgeable on an amazing number of topics. Easy to burn O’Reilly.

  8. i created a playlist of soothing podcasts or audio books that I listen to for relaxation or going to sleep… it’s a small list for now but Terry is definitely on it

  9. You may not be able to compare the two but I sure can. Diane Rehm wasn’t in the same league as Terry Gross. Rehm was overtly biased, often lacked interest in her guests, and often failed to ask good followups.

  10. what happened to all the previous comments?////NBC censors free speech in the comments ,,,lol…. typical fake corporate news corporation

  11. Back when I could do it, I used to take my lunch in my car just so I could listen to her. She’s the best interviewer ever, and her process (which is glossed over here but you get some idea) is why. She works so hard for every interview.

  12. you forgot about his SNL compatriot… Seth Myers….

    He doesn’t have an SNL alum on to reminisce with, he’s completely lost.

  13. +T.E. Lawrence Here’s the interesting thing about manhood. When a guy reaches a certain age, and he’s smart enough, then he’ll find a woman with a sharp mind and a nice voice as attractive as a 22 year old girl with nice tits and vapid conversation.

  14. Deltadivaix i didn’t know she retired. I met her once here in Chicago. I knew she had vocal issues and some procedures but I didn’t know she retired .

  15. I’m black as night and I would loose my composure if
    I met this woman. I would probably cry hearing her voice irl.

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