I apologize in my thoughts about the interview. Some may quibble O'Reilly could have even been tougher in his questions, but given the setting, the office and the short time of 10 minutes, O'Reilly did about as good a job as possible. He did bring up Obamacare and Benghazi and the IRS and he tried to press the president with his non responsive answers to his questions. Of course, the president was evasive and lied throughout the interview, but one can't say that O'Reilly didn't ask tough questions.
You know O'Reilly did a good job when you had liberals complaining, like I did on twitter in tweets to me from this one liberal. Most complaints were of the nature, "that was the wrong place and the wrong time to question the president on those issues." I would reply back, "Oh, really, then you are saying the Super Bowl trumps questioning the president about Benghazi, where four Americans were killed." Then of course, this liberal did what most liberals resort to, name calling [of me] and telling me how stupid I was. When I see that hate speech, I ended the conversation, "oh, that's very liberal of you."
So, I am one to say thank you Bill O'Reilly, you did the best you could in the situation you were in and you were trying to "look out for the folks."
Here is Bill O'Reilly's interview with president Obama before the Super Bowl: