Bill O'Reilly credits Hannity's radio and Fox News show for his book sales

O'Reilly: My book wouldn't have been a New York Times best-seller “without your highlighting the book ... on TV and radio”

This interview was Hannity and O'Reilly's fourth appearance together, in less than three weeks. From the October 5 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Sean Hannity Show:

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SEAN HANNITY (HOST): Joining us now to talk about this and more, Bill O'Reilly is with us. And Bill, of course, wrote his new -- his latest number one New York Times best-selling book, it's called “Killing England.” And Mr. O'Reilly, sir, how are you? We're glad to have you back, and I want to say this, as I look at the New York Times best-seller list, and I see you at number one, and Hillary number two. Well, I would be lying if I said I wasn't anything but ecstatic and happy that you beat her.

BILL O'REILLY: Yeah, I don't think she's real thrilled about it up in Chappaqua, and it wouldn't have happened without your highlighting the book, and on TV and radio. So, I appreciate that.

And I think people are now starting to turn inward to their country. As you just pointed out, we're a noble nation and I think that people are having enough of the America-bashing, and even though this massacre in Vegas reflects poorly on the country overseas, the herosim that all of us are witnessing is almost overwhelming.


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