Bill O’Reilly calls recent attacks on the accuracy of his New York Times Best-Seller Killing Lincoln “a concerted effort by people who don’t like me to diminish the book.”
Over the weekend, Ford’s Theatre National Historic Site deputy Superintendent Rae Emerson said the booked lacked documentation and that there were “factual errors within the publication.”
O’Reilly tells Politico there are four errors in the 325-page book — and two are typos. O’Reilly, who usually leaves these kinds of responses to his show — and he did last night — said he was speaking to Politico about the controversy because “you ignore most of it, but we were getting a little bit tired.”
Killing Lincoln has spent six weeks on the Best-Sellers list, including four weeks at #1.