Just a few days after #lastnightinSweden, Swedes are now asking "who is Nils Bildt?" the man that was on Fox News Friday and inaccurately labeled as the "Swedish Defense and National Security Advisor."
Bildt went on the O'Reilly Factor, agreeing with the statements made by Donald Trump in Melbourne, Florida, less than a week ago. The reason that Swedes are talking about Nils Bildt is not because of what he is saying, but because he is not the Swedish defense and national security advisor as Fox labeled him. How did Bildt end up on Fox News' O'Reilly Factor as a false expert?
"Our booker made numerous inquiries and spoke to people who recommended Nils Bildt and after pre-interviewing him and reviewing his bio, we agreed that he would make a good guest for the topic that evening," said David Tabacoff, executive producer for The O'Reilly Factor.
According to Factor spokesperson, Bill O'Reilly will further address this on the show.
On the O'Reilly Factor, Bill first spoke to Ann Sofie Naslund from Expressen who stated that the issues with immigrants are not about safety, but about social issues such as schooling.