How will history remember former President Donald Trump and TV commentator Bill O’Reilly?
Perhaps, by most standards, not particularly favorable. In addition to championing an abrasive brand of conservatism that has changed American politics forever, both men have been accused of committing serial sexual assault, with several women on record.
but forget That History: Trump and O’Reilly want to talk to America about their history. In December, Trump and O’Reilly will be set on a cross-country speaking engagement they’ve dubbed “History Tour” Starting December 11th at the BB&T Center in Sunrise in Broward County.
In a press release, Trump promised “Fun, fun, fun, for everyone who participates!”
“These are going to be wonderful but difficult sessions where we talk about the real problems happening in America that the fake news media never mentions,” Trump said. “I would focus on greatness for my country, something rarely discussed in political dialogue.”
Meanwhile, O’Reilly promised to do a show.
“This conversation with the 45th President will not be boring,” he said in a press release.
Following the tour’s announcement yesterday, several Twitter users pointed to the men’s shared history of harassment allegations.
Joe Lockhart, former White House press secretary for the Bill Clinton administration, tweeted: “There are about 50 credible allegations of sexual assault between them and millions of dollars paid to silence the accusers. Dubbed the History Tour Must go the sexual assault attack.”
Between them, there are about 50 credible allegations of sexual assault and tens of millions of dollars have been paid to silence the accusers. The History Tour should be more accurately termed as the Sexual Assault Tour. https://t.co/IEmeQSlg8q
— Joe Lockhart (@joelockhart) 8 June 2021
How to Get Donald Trump’s ‘The History Tour’ Dates and Tickets https://t.co/0UiwM2SNNk How many sexual abuse claims are there between these two people? For me to count many.
— Brenda Lee (@brendalyNY) 8 June 2021
History Journey of female abusers.
— voteblue2020 (@lflorepolitics) 8 June 2021
Ticket presales begin tomorrow on Ticketmaster.com, with tickets available to the general public on Monday, June 14. As of now, no pricing information is listed.
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