O’Reilly is back to his smug, aloof delusions of grandeur. This time though, he’s calling himself out in a way that is hard to appreciate. On Monday night’s program, Bill decided to contribute his two cents to the debate around the Iran nuclear deal.

On Monday, O’Reilly stated that he has doubts that the public is being given the full story by the president and that he trusts Iran more than he trusts American news sources.

I don’t trust the press. I think I trust Iran more than I trust the American press. I don’t want the American press interpreting this [nuclear deal] for me. I want to see the committee hearings on television; I want to see the debate. If Obama tries to shut it down by saying, ‘Hey, I’m not going to do it – I’ll veto anything you guys do,’ I think that would be horrible.”

Watch via Mediaite.