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It’s kind of depressing that the presidential nominees will never reach the level of discourse Stephen Colbert and Bill O’Reilly, secret best friends, achieved on last night’s episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
I love Stephen Colbert and I love Bill O’Reilly. Both guys are extremely intelligent and strong in their convictions. If you have 15 minutes, I recommend watching this interview about what the country needs to do to prevent another tragedy like the one that happened Sunday morning in Orlando. It’s awesome.
Regardless of what you believe, you have to appreciate two people on different sides of the aisle having a legitimate conversation about necessary steps to prevent further tragedies.
It’s sad how it has become such a rare occurrence to see conversations like this that I felt the need to share it on here. But that’s kind of where we are in our new politically awful world. This interview is goddamn fantastic. Hell, you even see O’Reilly and Colbert compromise on gun restrictions. And the crowd that was clearly planning on booing Bill hit him with some surprising applause breaks.
I’m not here to add my political commentary. I’m just here to aggregate great content. In a world of extremely bad television, this was Good Television™. Enjoy..
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