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Watch Bill O’Reilly completely destroy Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin [Video]

Washington Post writer Jennifer Rubin looks completely foolish next to Bill O’Reilly.

Watching Bill O’Reilly completely dismantle Rubin is textbook professionalism.

O’Reilly’s frame is amazing. He is calm, to the point, on point, and extremely prepared for this interview…with a “journalist” who is shaky, bitter, angry, and completely unprepared to take on the likes of Bill O’Reilly.

Welcome to the big leagues Jennifer Rubin.

Washington Post columnist (and in the tank Hillary supporter) Jennifer Rubin blasted Donald Tump writing…

“Trump should do interviews with real news people, not Sean Hannity and Bill O’Reilly, in preparation for the debates. He’s otherwise in for a rude awakening when someone asks a real question.”

O’Reilly graciously invited Rubin onto The O’Reilly Factor, and Rubin immediately fired at Bill O’Reilly…

“My criticism is really that you actually are in the spin zone. It’s presented as a news program or pseudo-news program…parroting a lot of what Trump is saying to you.”

O’Reilly then proceeded to destroy Rubin in a calm and killer fashion, finally pointing out to Rubin that she is simply “ill prepared for this.”

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