What are the most oppressed groups in America? If you guessed white men and Christians, then you might be a Bill O'Reilly viewer.
That, he said, could work to the advantage of Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton.
The conservative talk show host said Clinton could center her campaign around being the first woman in the White House and increasing entitlements. If she does so, it would take a "very articulate and tough-minded Republican to defeat her."
O'Reilly predicted that many on both sides would be unfair to Clinton during her campaign, but vowed that he would treat the former secretary of state and U.S. senator fairly on his show. However, he also warned Clinton to stay away from "Media Matters and the other guttersnipe organizations who use despicable, dishonest tactics to attack those with whom they disagree."
"If you embrace the smear merchants, Mrs. Clinton, we will have something to say about it," O'Reilly said.
In recent weeks, O'Reilly has been publicly feuding with Media Matters, the progressive media watchdog organization that has accused him of lying.