Amazingly, O'Reilly's once-certain future at the network is now in doubt.
That is likely why one of the women O'Reilly and Fox settled with, Rebecca Diamond, felt the need to speak out.
The report outlines a series of disturbing claims, spanning from O'Reilly screaming at a junior producer to the television host telling another producer to buy a vibrator and calling her to describe sexual fantasies involving her.
O'Reilly, who recently caught flack for his racist and sexist remarks about Waters' hair, is now fielding deserved scrutiny and criticism after a New York Times report surfaced a number of sexual and verbal harassment suits women have filed against O'Reilly and Fox News.
Still, it is unlikely viewers will have to say goodbye to The Factor, as the network just signed a new contract with the host until 2020 - even after the report about his settlements went public. "They will inherently be associated with that brand".
Airstrikes on Syria might also send message to North Korea
Another outcome of Trump's shift on Syria has been a strikingly tougher tone from his administration on Russian Federation . Trump recently declared that if China fails to apply additional pressure on North Korea, the US would act on its own.
"Sometimes these things are bandwagons that more and more people jump on", O'Keefe said.
"I think he's a person I know well - he is a good person", the president told The New York Times during an interview in the Oval Office.
In a statement on Tuesday, Fox reported that the ads from those companies will be moved to air during other programs, which means there is unlikely to be a big loss in profit to the network.
Despite the renewed attention on O'Reilly's sexual misconduct and corporations doing their best to distance themselves from the bloviating host, ratings for "The O'Reilly Factor" were up this past week. The company normally doesn't advertise on shows that do political commentary, and it has suspended all of its Fox ads until it can be sure none are shown on O'Reilly's show, a spokesman said.
"Based on the recent allegations and our strong commitment to inclusion, respect and tolerance in the workplace, we have chose to pull Constant Contact's ads from 'The O'Reilly Factor, '" company spokeswoman Lark-Marie Anton said in a statement to Boston.com. If you would like to discuss another topic, look for a relevant article.