President Donald Trump will be the target of a "hellacious amount of accusations" by the "hate Trump media" if Congress passes a tax cut and the economy continues to grow, commentator and author Bill O'Reilly predicted Thursday.
In an interview with "Newsmax Now" host John Bachman on Newsmax TV, the best-selling author of "Killing England" said Trump "needs to prepare" for the attacks, especially if they "resurrect" allegations of sexual misconduct.
"The women thing is hot now," he said. "That's the big thing. They're going to resurrect that. They'll find more women. That's not hard to do in our society today. . . . So it's going to get very nasty, and I think President Trump himself needs to prepare for this."
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But it is economic growth that will energize attacks, he he asserted.
"Because the economy is up on a growth level of about 3.3 percent . . . and consumer confidence is up very, very strongly . . . the hate Trump media is going to say to themselves 'Hey, he gets the tax cut passed and that works, that stimulates the economy even more'" Trump will be reelected and the GOP will keep their majorities, O'Reilly said.
"And that's why I'm predicting . . . that if this tax cut goes through the next salvo is going to be a hellacious amount of accusations against President Trump from all angles by the hate Trump media," O'Reilly declared.
O'Reilly said he feels "sorry for the victims" in the escalating sexual misconduct scandal.
"I don't ever take pleasure in anybody's demise," he said of the growing list of media, Hollywood and political figures accused of sexual misconduct. "I feel awful for victims. All victims."
"In all of these cases the one thing that every fair-minded American should want is justice," he said. "And justice takes many forms and allegation is not a fact. An accuser is not a victim until it's established that there was wrongdoing and established beyond any reasonable doubt."
O'Reilly also decried the "war on Christmas" in both California and Washington, D.C.
He noted a Black Lives Matter member and California professor's plea for a boycott of white-owned businesses in favor of spending money during the holidays in black-owned businesses is racist.
"If you ever want to know what racism this is it," he said, adding: "Yet not one media outlet outside of Newsmax after BillOReilly.com broke this story reported it. Why? Because they're afraid of Black Lives Matter."
He also predicted a legal win for the Archdiocese of Washington in its case against the District of Columbia transit agency, which refused to allow an ad with a Christmas picture of shepherds and sheep under starry sky, and a message that urged people to go to their website run by the archdiocese.
"This is a punishment against the archdiocese of Washington. We're not taking your ad because we don't like you," he said. "They're going to win. The archdiocese is going to win the lawsuit and the metro bus and subway people in D.C. ought to be ashamed of themselves. . . . This isn't what our country is supposed to be."
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