Juan Williams accused National Public Radio of stifling free speech as he sat down with Bill O’Reilly on Monday for a candid interview about his new book, “Muzzled: The Assault on Honest Debate.”
NPR fired Williams last year for comments he made about Muslims on Fox News.
“They would label you as a bad guy for saying, you know what, there are extremists in the Muslim community who pose a worldwide threat,” he said.
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