Bill O'Reilly talked about his faith in a recent interview with the Washington Post's Sally Quinn, and commented on the idea of cutting back on his professional duties.
The Fox News host has had the highest-rated show on cable news for the past 14 years, and released three books last year. Quinn asked him, "Do you think that you’ll ever stop?"
"Yes, I do," O'Reilly said. "I’m tired now, so I’ve got to cut it back soon. I just don’t know when that will be."
O'Reilly also told Quinn that he is "not at all" afraid of dying, and when he dies, "I don’t want to be remembered. Once I’m gone, I’m gone. I don’t care."