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Fox News will investigate the accusations, which broke late Friday.
One recipient said she texted Bolling to never send such a photo again, and said that he didn't respond. The women who received the photos concluded they were delivered by Bolling because they recognized his phone number from previous correspondence, The Huffington Post reported.
Trump backs slashing legal immigration with 'merit-based' system
Plans are to eliminate diversity lottery visas and limit the number of refugees offered permanent residency. According to ABC News , the bill will be aimed at cutting legal immigration to the country.
Foxconn to pay almost $1 billion in wages and benefits
Barca, like many Democrats, voiced concern about how much taxpayers may have to contribute in tax breaks and other incentives. Foxconn was exploring investments in seven states including Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Texas.
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Recipients of the photo confirmed its contents to HuffPost, which is not revealing their identities.
O'Reilly was ousted from the network in April after it was revealed FOX had paid almost $13 million to women who had accused him of sexual harassment over the years. He joined Fox after leaving CNBC and has worked with Fox Business and Fox News.
Former Fox anchors Megyn Kelly and Andrea Tantaros also accused Mr Ailes, who died aged 77 in May, of sexual harassment following his shock departure. The investigation is being conducted by the law firm of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, which parent company 21st Century Fox has retained to investigate claims of sexual harassment.
Over at Fox Sports, former exec Jason Horowitz was sacked in July after being interviewed as part of an investigation by parent company 21st Century Fox into allegations of sexual harassment.
In 2014, during the panel show "The Five" he made a misogynistic remark on-air when he made a comment about the first fighter pilot from U.A.E who was leading the bombing of Islamic State. That suit was settled out of court - but prompted a flurry of new allegations against Ailes.
Fox News recently renewed Bolling's contract.