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Bill O'Reilly: People Voted Trump Because They Did Not Feel Included in Obama's Vision

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By    |   Monday, 14 November 2016 10:12 PM

Reports of bullying, harassment and intimidation of minorities have increased following Donald Trump's surprising Election Day victory, but Fox News correspondent Bill O'Reilly said Monday it was delusional to think the "philosophy of inclusion is endangered" under the president-elect.

Rather, O'Reilly said, the past eight years under President Barack Obama drove people to vote for Trump because they did not feel included in Obama's vision.

"There is not a man on this earth more opposite Barack Obama than Donald Trump," O'Reilly said.

"Apparently the anti-Trump people believe that eight years of the Obama administration have brought about an American unification, that we are basically harmonious in this country and now, all that harmony has been dissolved because Trump was elected," said O'Reilly, referring to the notion as a "liberal delusion.

"Is it me or is that point of view as strange as Kanye West wanting to run for the White House?"

CBS News on Sunday reported an increase in harassment and bullying of minorities, particularly Muslims, following Trump's surprise victory last Tuesday. Incidents have occurred at grade schools, high schools and colleges, and officials are taking steps to address the issues by responding with pleas to halt the actions.

"There's plenty of blame to go around on this subject, but I think in this particular election that an embrace of Donald Trump was an embrace of incivility and vulgarity and insults and bullying, and unfortunately we saw very little public repudiation of that from any Trump supporters," said Mark DeMoss, an Atlanta public relations executive and conservative Republican whose clients are mostly Christian religious organizations.

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Reports of bullying, harassment and intimidation of minorities have increased following Donald Trump's surprising Election Day victory, but Fox News correspondent Bill O'Reilly said Monday it was delusional to think the "philosophy of inclusion is endangered" under the president-elect.
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