Fox News anchor Bill O’Reilly has accused President Donald Trump of “unfit” to be President of the United States.
O’Rielly took to the airwaves on Friday to attack Trump’s handling of the Charlottesville violence, his comments on Charlottesville protesters, and his recent executive order banning travel from six Muslim-majority countries.
Riellys comments came after Trump signed an executive order temporarily banning travelers from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Yemen and Iraq.
Trump’s order came after a white supremacist killed three people and injured 19 in a deadly attack on a white nationalist rally in Virginia on August 12.
The president has also been accused of using the travel ban to his advantage, with O’Brien’s comments suggesting he may not have taken any responsibility for the deadly violence in Charlottesville.
Orenthal is a frequent critic of Trump and is known for his frequent, often heated, tweets, which are often delivered on a large screen in front of a large audience.
He has also come under fire for making racist, sexist, homophobic and xenophobic comments.
Orellys appearance on Fox News Friday came a day after a White House aide, Stephanie Grisham, was fired for posting a video on Facebook with the message “I will not be silenced.”
Grishams comments came shortly after the White House released a statement condemning Grishami’s post and saying it was “deeply troubling that she was terminated” and that it would “not be appropriate to discuss personnel matters.”
O’Donnell is the son of Democratic Rep. Xavier Becerra of California and is an avid Fox News viewer.
OReilly has been criticized for making anti-Semitic comments and promoting white nationalism in the past.
He recently suggested Trump would be more likely to use the powers of the presidency to take down the Black Lives Matter movement than to prosecute his critics.
Oreelly tweeted on Saturday, “If we had to pick one person to replace @realDonaldTrump, it would be me.
The American people deserve it.”
Orenthys comments on Friday came after he spoke with The Associated Press on Saturday.
Orailley did not immediately respond to requests for comment.