Fox News sends reporter to New York to ask people how much homeless people bother them

Fox sent a reporter to Penn Station to ask people how much homeless people bother them

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The Independent US

Fox News evidently is appalled by the prevalence of homeless people in New York City and sent a reporter to confirm that feeling.

Correspondent Jesse Watters was on the scene at New York's Penn Station, the busiest rail terminal in the US, to ask people how much homeless people bother them.

 

On a segment that aired on Monday's O'Reilly Factor, Mr Watters also spoke to a number of the homeless people at Penn Station and asked them why they were homeless - crack and alcohol were among the answers - and if they had any money at all.

The point of the segment was to point out that homelessness has increased since Bill DeBlasio, who Bill O'Reilly called "uber-liberal", became mayor.

Mr Watters interviewed a couple of business operators at Penn Station, who said - unsurprisingly - that former Republican Mayor Rudy Giuliani was tougher on the homeless.

 

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