Bill O'Reilly berates reporters over expose

Last week, the New York Times published a report, detailing the $32million Bill O'Reilly paid to settle yet another sexual harassment lawsuit  On a Times podcast on Monday, the reporters behind the story posted audio of their interview with O'Reilly The recording shows how O'Reilly started berating the reporters after they wrapped up the interview, telling them: 'This is c**p and you know it!' O'Reilly was fired from Fox News in April, after the Times reported how he had paid millions over the years to settle sexual harassment claims The story published last week detailed a claim that hadn't been reported before The most recently revealed claims centered on Fox News legal analyst Lis Wiehl, who said he engaged in 'a nonconsensual sexual relationship' with her O'Reilly paid $32million to settle claims by Wiehl in January and a month later Fox News resigned him to a four-year contract

By Ashley Collman For Dailymail.com

Published: 18:07 BST, 23 October 2017 | Updated: 18:08 BST, 23 October 2017

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When New York Times reporters confronted Bill O'Reilly with evidence that he paid $32million to settle a sexual harassment claim in February, the former Fox News host went beserk. 

On Monday, the Times released audio from part of Michael S. Schmidt and Emily Steel's interview with O'Reilly, before their expose was published last Friday. 

The reporters had finished their interview with O'Reilly, and had already turned off their main recording device when he went on a angry tirade. 

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A recently released recording shows how Bill O'Reilly berated two New York Times reporters when they confronted him with evidence that he paid $32million to settle a sexual harassment lawsuit in January

A recently released recording shows how Bill O'Reilly berated two New York Times reporters when they confronted him with evidence that he paid $32million to settle a sexual harassment lawsuit in January

It appears that O'Reilly may have not known that both reporters were still recording the conversation on their smartphones.  

'Why don't you be human beings for once. This is horrible, it's horrible what I went through, horrible what my family went through. 

'This is c**p and you know it. It's politically and financially motivated. And we can prove it with shocking information. But I'm not going to sit there in a court room for a year and a half and let my kids get beaten up every single day of their lives by a tabloid press that

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