• With: Jesse Watters

    PELOSI: I was not pleased with the disrespect that he showed to the President. So, that wasn't like a warmer-upper.

    WATTERS: What was disrespectful.

    PELOSI: Well, it speaks for itself. Yes, ma'am.

    WATTERS: "Watters' World." Are you a fan of "Watters' World."

    MCCAIN: No.

    WATTERS: You know I'm Watters. And this is my world right here, senator.

    MCCAIN: Yes. But, you see, in "Watters' World," you can alienate literally everybody you talk to. So, that would make you a great senator.


    WATTERS: Thank you, I guess.


    UNIDENTIFIED ACTRESS: Someone must get the wrong idea around here.


    O'REILLY: All right, you didn't -- Schumer wouldn't give you advice.

    WATTERS: No. He ran away.

    O'REILLY: I was surprised that Schumer -- he didn't want any part of it. Al Franken, --

    WATTERS: I know.

    O'REILLY: -- "Talk to my" --


    WATTERS: I know. Bernie Sanders was the worst. He was withdrawing cash from an ATM and I said, "You know, I'd like to talk to you, Senator. I'm from THE O'REILLY FACTOR."


    He grabbed his cash and ran away like I was going to stick him up.

    O'REILLY: You mean, the socialist senator grabs cash?

    WATTERS: Yes, he actually went to --

    O'REILLY: I thought he was on the barter thing.


    He trades maple syrup for suits.


    See, that's what you do in socialist land.

    WATTERS: That's right.

    O'REILLY: So, I think everybody is having a good laugh about this on Capitol Hill, right.

    WATTERS: I think so. And I think the general consensus is she's not going to do the interview, --

    O'REILLY: Yes.

    WATTERS: -- especially after tonight.

    O'REILLY: Yes.



    WATTERS: She's not going to do the interview.

    O'REILLY: After tonight, all right. But I want you to keep trying, all right.

    WATTERS: I will do my best.

    O'REILLY: So, we'll -- I'm going to send her some sourdough bread --