Donald Trump tells Bill O'Reilly about a recent incident where Al Sharpton came to his office to apologize after he called the Republican presidential candidate a "racist" on television. Last year, Sharpton's show on MSNBC was moved from its daily time slot to Sundays at 8am
“Well look, I know Al Sharpton better than I know you and I dealt with him for years and years and years and you know when he’s not political he says oh I love Donald Trump, I love Donald Trump but I will say – in fact, he came up to my office not so long ago to apologize because on his show, which is now off the air which is a fortunate thing, he called me a racist and he came up, he literally came up to my office and he apologized to me, which, by the way I thought was very nice," Trump shared on Wednesday's broadcast of FOX News Channel's The O'Reilly Factor.
"You know Al is just doing his thing, Bill. He does his thing, we all do our own thing, he was doing his thing and he continues to do it," Trump said.