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Lupe Fiasco Goes Head-to-Head With Bill O'Reilly

Watch the rapper defend his claim that President Obama is a terrorist

June 21, 2011 2:04 PM ET
Lupe Fiasco Goes Head-to-Head With Bill O'Reilly

Lupe Fiasco turned up on last night's episode of The O'Reilly Factor on Fox News to defend his recent claim that President Obama is a terrorist. In the interview, which you can watch below, host Bill O'Reilly lectures the rapper about the greatness of the United States and his responsibility to his impressionable young fans. "You go out there and you talk to a lot of younger people, and this is what  gets me – your constituency are not exactly political science Ph.D.s," O'Reilly said. The host only gets more condescending from that point onward, leading the very earnest Fiasco to get increasingly flustered as he attempts to explain why he believes the war in Afghanistan is unjust.

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