VIDEO: Bill O'Reilly, Laura Ingraham Clash Over Mitt Romney's Debate Strategy
On this morning's 'Fox and Friends,' Bill O'Reilly got into a heated debate with Laura Ingraham ... and the usually eye-to-eyed pair found something to clash over: what they consider to be a winning debate strategy for GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
"What Romney should be doing right now is watching Ronald Reagan take apart Jimmy Carter ... with this caveat: President Obama is much quicker than," O'Reilly began. "[But] you've got to be a little bold and fresh out there. He has to do it with more of a twinkle in his eye; if he shows malice, he'll lose."
Laura Ingraham quickly jumped in, disagreeing with O'Reilly and asking, "But Bill, why is The O'Reilly Factor and Fox and Friends popular?" Bill cut Ingraham off, countering that
his show may be tough, but it's not "malicious" -- something for which he took ousted radio host Michael Savage to task, saying that he's off the air "because he's malicious."
Ingraham fired back, "First of all, you might not like him ... but he's a talented broadcaster-" "I'm sorry Laura, you're wrong," O'Reilly interjected. "If Romney starts to do that, he'll lose."
"You're creating paper tigers, Bill," she said.
Check out the complete head-to-head and see if the two ever came to a compromise: