President Obama Says That Bill O'Reilly Will Never, Ever Again Set Foot In The White House

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Monday, 3 February 2014

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Bill O'Reilly has been banned from the White House

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Many fans who tuned in to watch Super Bowl XLVIII suddenly saw President Obama sitting in the White House talking to FOX talk show host Bill O'Reilly.

Most of the viewers at first wondered if there had been some kind of electronic glitch that caused the television channel to change.

But low and behold it was not a FOX network glitch. It was a carefully orchestrated ploy by the so called Fair and Balanced network.

Bill "The Pill" O'Reilly went after the president like a cheetah chasing down a gazelle.

The extremely tall Bill-O asked the president about all of the vacations he has been taking.

President Obama said that he deserved every single one of them.

O'Reilly then asked him why he doesn't give Vice-President Joe Biden more duties to perform.

The president told the FOXER that Joey Biden already does more in one day than (Rush) Limbaugh, (Greta) Van Susteren, (Megyn) Kelly, and he (O'Reilly) do in one friggin week.

O'Reilly got upset and told the president not to friggin say the word friggin or any derivatives thereof.

At that point the president raised his left index finger and three Secret Service Agents immediately grabbed O'Reilly and escorted him out of the White House and off the White House property.

SIDENOTE: President Obama made it perfectly clear to White House Press Secretary Cal Colfax that Mr. Bill "The Troublemaker" O'Reilly is never, ever to set foot in the White House again.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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