SNEAK PEEK: Jon Stewart Tells O'Reilly What Clint Eastwood's "Empty Chair" Really Said About GOP
Check out a sneak peek of the interview, where Stewart reacts to the recent
Republican National Convention, calling Clint Eastwood's "empty chair" routine a "breath of fresh air."
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"These [conventions] are scripted infomercials; you never see a real moment," he said. "To have a guy get up there, and he’s real, and he’s doing his own thing … it was a breath of fresh air. I thought it was hilarious."
But that's not all he thought...
"...It was very indicative of the entire [Republican National] Convention, in which there's this fictional, invisible Obama that only Republicans can see that’s this scary Muslim, Kenyan socialist ... and when you look at the facts, you realize sitting in the actual chair is a normal, technocrat legislator," he said.
Watch the clip below, and don't forget to tune in to The O'Reilly Factor tonight at 8/ 11p ET -- only on Fox News Channel.
UPDATE: We've posted the entire interview -- watch it here!
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