• With: Pat Caddell

    O'REILLY: There's no doubt that look, President Obama's decision to go to Vegas is obvious.

    CADDELL: But also this narrative to put out a narrative when you know differently as we had heard.


    O'REILLY: But who put it out?

    CADDELL: The White House. Look, you have a national security advisor who was a politician and a political operative Tom Donilon who was also I believe the person behind --


    O'REILLY: So you think he did it --

    CADDELL: And the White House, Susan Rice was not in the line of what was she doing out Sunday doing five shows? She is not in the chain of command on this.

    O'REILLY: Look somebody did it.

    CADDELL: Somebody told her to. Why did they -- why did they keep promoting the taped story when they know it wasn't true, because it would upset the narrative. A terrorist attack --

    O'REILLY: All right, but here is the problem. You can say that but I can't report that Donilon did it because I don't know.

    CADDELL: But if I'm a reporter -- no but if I'm a reporter, if I'm the entire National Press Corps, aren't I going in and asking those questions.

    O'REILLY: No they don't care.

    CADDELL: But they should be.

    O'REILLY: Of course. No doubt.

    CADDELL: The point is when you stop telling people what's going on. When you have the "New York Times" for days not even discussing the story even after it hit --

    O'REILLY: Look, let me make your point for you. Here is how bad it is. "The Washington Post" front page Mitt Romney's hazing in high school.

    CADDELL: Yes.

    O'REILLY: Ok this, we don't care. So we know the fix is in. We know that.

    Last question real fast. Hillary Clinton culpable here?

    CADDELL: Well, she is culpable to the extent that she either -- she is being overridden by the White House. She has said some things differently. But she is Secretary of State, somebody should have spoken out. We shouldn't know this late.

    O'REILLY: All right, Pat Caddell everyone. And we will continue following the story, Pat. There's no doubt about it. But we've got to do it facts.

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