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Actor George Clooney responded, accusing him of misstating facts and harming the relief effort by inciting "panic" among potential donors.Three years later, Ludacris referenced O'Reilly in the song "Number One Spot" with the lyrics "Respected highly, hi, Mr.
O'Reilly recollected in an interview with Michael Kay on the YES Network show Center Stage that Joel "was in the Hicksville section—the same age as me—and he was a hood. And we knew him, because his guys would smoke and this and that, and we were more jocks." and also wrote for the school's newspaper, The Circle. He spent his junior year of college abroad, attending Queen Mary College at the University of London.
Fox News producer Ron Mitchell wrote an op-ed in which he accused the study's authors of seeking to manipulate their research to fit a predetermined outcome.
Mitchell argued that by using tools developed for examining propaganda, the researchers presupposed that he propagandized.
After the September 11 attacks, O'Reilly accused the United Way of America and American Red Cross of failing to deliver millions of dollars in donated money, raised by the organizations in the name of the disaster, to the families of those killed in the attacks.
He reported that the organizations misrepresented their intentions for the money being raised by not distributing all of the 9/11 relief fund to the victims.
In 1986, O'Reilly joined ABC News as a correspondent.