October 7th, 2012
01:18 PM ET

O'Reilly vs. Stewart

Patrick Gavin and Howard Kurtz review the week's other big debate; the "rumble" between Bill O'Reilly of Fox News and The Daily Show's Jon Stewart

Filed under: 2012 Campaign • Comedy • Fox News
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