Report Suggests Lawyer Caught Offering Woman $200k to Accuse Trump of Sexual Assault

Bill O'Reilly claimed there is a tape that includes a lawyer who offers a woman $200,000 to make sexual harassment claims against Donald Trump. The alleged accusation occurred in 2016 during the presidential election and could have been a smear campaign to target Trump in hopes that Hillary Clinton would be victorious. It didn't work, but now there's still a scandal to uncover and figure out.

When talking to someone from Newsmax, Bill O'Reilly stated that the "tape" certainly does exist. He also said, “we have urged the person who has the tape to hand it over to the U.S. attorney, because my investigative team believes there are three separate crimes on the audio tape.

However, there is no tape to be heard - yet. O'Reilly later spoke to Glenn Beck and said once again that it exists, but, in other words, that he does not have much of an idea about when the tape will be released for the public to examine.

Conservative Tribune reported:

“There is an audiotape of an anti-Trump person offering $200,000 to a woman to accuse Donald Trump of untoward behavior,” he said.

When Beck asked whether this tape will ever be released, O’Reilly replied by maintaining that he “may have to go to the U.S. attorney” himself.

“I don’t want to have to do that and inject myself into the story … but I had my lawyer listen to the tape,” O’Reilly said. “There are at least three crimes on the tape. So as a citizen, I may have to do this.”

So where is the tape, Bill?

America wants the tape to know that it indeed exists. There's no reason to hide it. There's no reason to lead everyone on if the tape does not exist.

If there is no tape, then Bill O'Reilly's reputation is destroyed, and he won't ever be looked at the same or any different than he is now.

Americans want the tape or people need to stop talking about it.

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