VIDEO: Bill O'Reilly & Jon Stewart Argue Over 'White Privilege' on DAILY SHOW
Fox News Channel host Bill O'Reilly stopped by Comedy Central star Jon Stewart's The Daily Show last night to discuss his book "Killing Patton" and argued that his ethnicity has not played a part in his success.
Stewart challenged O'Reilly's previous statement that there was no truth to the idea of white privelge. "I want you to admit that there is such a thing as white privilege," demanded the host. Watch the appearance in full below!
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