Bill O’Reilly to Newsmax TV: ‘I Don’t Think Tax Cheats Should be Pardoned’

Bill O'Reilly to Newsmax TV: 'I Don't Think Tax Cheats Should be Pardoned'

Bill O’Reilly cautioned President Donald Trump on issuing a pardon to his former campaign chairman Paul Manafort during an interview with Newsmax TV, saying it wouldn’t look good and that “tax cheats” should not receive pardons.


During an appearance on Monday’s “The Wayne Allyn Root Show,” O’Reilly offered his thoughts about Manafort’s conviction on bank and tax fraud from last week.


“At this point, I don’t think a Manafort pardon would be a good idea. The guy is a tax cheat to the tune of tens of millions of dollars,” O’Reilly said.


“Bill Clinton, you’ll remember, pardoned Marc Rich, the worst tax cheat in history. The media didn’t care, that was done on the last day of Clinton’s tenure in office. … I don’t think tax cheats should be pardoned, so I hope he doesn’t do that with Manafort.”


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It was reported last week that Trump has asked his legal team about potentially pardoning Manafort and what that would mean. On Monday, it was reported that Trump continues to seek a pardon for the man who led his campaign for a few months in 2016.



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