This week, Fox News host Bill O’Reilly said, “Stay safe images are better than stay gold, because stay gold is dangerous, so stay safe.”

O’Brien made the remark after the first case of Ebola in Texas, which is the epicenter of the outbreak.

O’Briens claim that the virus is not contagious in the U.S. but is very infectious.

“There’s not even a difference in the virus between a sick person and someone who has no symptoms, and that is a real problem,” O’Riellis co-host Gretchen Carlson said.

“And the virus will be back in a month.”

OReilly also suggested that Americans need to be wary of the Ebola epidemic, saying, “If you have a fever, if you are vomiting, if your hands are bloody, it’s not the flu.”

“And if you have no symptoms and you’re not sick, you’re going to have a big flu like that,” Oren said.

On Monday, Oren claimed the government should have sent more troops to Liberia, a country where Ebola is spreading.

“We should have done it, we should have given some troops,” Oritre said.

Oren and Carlson called on President Donald Trump to send more troops, including Special Operations troops, to the country.

“President Trump has to go out and do what he says he’s going to do,” Oretre said Monday.

“Because you’re never going to get the kind of troops that you need to get rid of this.”

Trump said on Friday that the U,S.

should send more military and that he will not send troops into Liberia, despite the outbreak there.

Trump said the U has “a lot of troops in the country.”

He also said that he would not send more people to Liberia.

“I think we should send troops to Liberian to see if they have a problem,” Trump said.

Trump also called the Ebola outbreak in Liberia “a terrible problem.”

“We’re going in and we’re gonna find out what’s going on,” Trump added.

The president’s comments came after an attack at a church in Liberia.

On Sunday, a gunman opened fire inside a church and killed the pastor and several people.

The shooter, who is believed to have been an ISIS supporter, said in a message that the attack was an act of revenge for the church’s Christian pastor who is Christian.

Trump has said he would send troops if he had the ability to do so.