Ailes, who died on Thursday, left Fox News last summer after multiple women came forward with sexual harassment allegations. O’Reilly was fired last month because of similar allegations. Both men have denied all claims.
“The list of legendary Americans whom Roger helped is long and impressive. From Ronald Reagan to George Bush, the elder, to Rush Limbaugh, Ailes gave them all blunt advice that led them to success,” O’Reilly wrote. “And it was that bluntness that made his life difficult, as enemies accumulated — some armed with a brutal hatred.”
O’Reilly detailed the early days of Fox News — a network that eventually emerged as the most-watched in cable news.
“Not once in almost 20 years did Roger Ailes order me to say anything on the air. I had total independence. In private, I sometimes challenged his orthodoxy. I wish I had taped that,” the former “O’Reilly Factor” host wrote.
O’Reilly said that “the vast majority of Fox employees were sad” when Ailes left the network amid sexual harassment allegations.
“It’s easy to make judgments from afar — but fair people know that seeking the truth is a complicated and demanding process. In my opinion, few sought the comprehensive truth about Roger Ailes,” O’Reilly wrote. “Roger Ailes experienced that hatred and it killed him. That is the truth.”
O’Reilly continued: “He did both good and bad in his life and in that, he has something in common with every human being.”
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Country singer Rory Feek will appear on “CBS This Morning Saturday” with Anthony Mason on May 20, discussing the release of his wife Joey Feek’s solo album, If Not For You, performing an unreleased song called “I Like the Sound of That,” and giving an update on life with the couple’s daughter Indiana. Check local listings for the show’s air time.
The singer, songwriter and author visited with Mason about the recently released If Not For You (Gaither Music Group/Farmhouse Recordings), Joey’s solo album which was recorded in 2005 and co-produced by her husband. The 12-song collection features her original rendition of “That’s Important to Me,” which would later be a charting single by Joey+Rory, as well as other tracks that speak volumes about the woman whose life touched the hearts of millions. Rory also performed “I Like the Sound of That,” the last song Joey+Rory sang together, an unreleased song that was written in 2003 by Rory and Billy Falcon.
Rory and his wife Joey comprised the country music duo Joey+Rory, who most recently won a GRAMMY® Award for their Hymns album (Gaither Music Group/Farmhouse Recordings) in February. The couple captured the hearts of many over the past few years as Rory chronicled their love story, the birth of their daughter Indiana and Joey’s cancer battle on his blog, This Life I Live, as well as their preparation for her passing in March 2016 at age 40.
Within the segment, Rory also discusses the couple’s three-year-old daughter Indiana, who was born with Down syndrome and has recently learned to walk, as well as his life now.
The segment airs Saturday, May 20, on CBS and will also be available online after its airing, though the performance of “I Like the Sound of That” will only be available during the televised segment.