On Tuesday's "Talking Points Memo," Bill O'Reilly pointed to the latest ABC News poll showing weak approval ratings for Obama with majorities disapproving of his handling of the economy, healthcare and foreign affairs.
O'Reilly suggested that the poor poll numbers and the release of a damning Benghazi memo shows that Republicans need to include a focus on foreign affairs if they are going to hold on to the House and take back the Senate.
Quoting the memo, in which a senior White House aide wrote that the goal of Susan Rice's television appearances was to "underscore that these protests are rooted in an Internet video, and not a broader failure of policy," he said that it was clear evidence of deceit.
"There’s no longer any doubt that the White House was pushing the spontaneous uprising theory and playing down the organized terror angle,” O’Reilly said. “No longer any doubt they did it.”
"Obama should have told the nation the truth about Benghazi, but he did not," O’Reilly said. "And that's one of the reasons his poll numbers are slipping because some Americans no longer trust him."