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A spokesperson for Hyundai told CNN that while it does not now have any spots on O'Reilly's show, following the "recent and disturbing allegations", it has reversed its decision to run any commercials in the near future.
Ailes, who has denied all of the allegations against him, was forced to resign from Fox News just one week after that interview.
His organization launched a petition to #DumpOReilly, arguing that the Fox News host "is a purveyor of sexual violence who has consistently used his platform to promote hateful and divisive rhetoric that attacks women, Black culture, and civil rights".
Trump's defense of O'Reilly sends a strong signal to women that the man at the top of our government is not particularly concerned with issues of corporate misconduct, sexual harassment, or sexual assault against women.
Rice has denied that she sought anyone's name for political reasons, and has called claims that she leaked identities "completely false".
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Nunes had been aware of the information since January (long before Trump's "wiretap" tweet) but had been unable to view the documents themselves because of "stonewalling" by the agencies in question.
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A mother has died with two of her children as she tried to rescue them after their auto plunged into a swollen river in Australia. King's mother, Heather May King, who lives in Manukau said she would be trying to find flights to Australia on Tuesday afternoon.
Restrictive bill targeting Planned Parenthood passes, without help from Alaska senator
Almost 88,000 individuals in Washington receive services from Planned Parenthood under Medicaid funding, according to the group. The Senate voted 50-49 to wash out regulations that allowed states to establish retirement accounts for low-income workers.
Hyundai had a similar statement, "As a company, we seek to partner with companies and programming that share our values of inclusion and diversity", Hyundai said in the statement.
Several more advertisers have joined the list of defectors from Fox News Channel's "The O'Reilly Factor", bringing the total to around 20.
Drug maker Eli Lilly, trucking company Old Dominion Freight Line and life insurance provider Pacific Life also said Wednesday they would not advertise on the show. Jenny Craig said late Tuesday it had pulled its ads from the show.
"I think he shouldn't have settled; personally I think he shouldn't have settled", said Mr. Trump.
The New York Times reported on Saturday that settlements of $13m (£10.4m) were reached with five women who accused Mr O'Reilly of inappropriate behaviour. In a statement over the weekend, Fox News' parent company 21st Century Fox said it "takes matters of workplace behavior very seriously" but stood by O'Reilly.