Does Bill O'Reilly think there should be an independent investigation into the president's dealings with Russia and James Comey? "Absolutely," O'Reilly said Friday on The Glenn Beck Program. But only to clear him of any impeachable wrongdoing. While both Glenn and Bill agree Trump didn't break any laws, he did act in very imprudent ways. "I don't believe that Donald Trump is involved in some scheme with Vladimir Putin. I don't believe that he was trying to, in nefarious ways, get Comey to drop it. I think what he was looking for was, 'Look, dude, I want you to be my friend,'" Glenn theorized. The biggest problem facing President Trump? Himself. "The president has got to learn that this is not a business deal. You're the president of the United States," Glenn said. But is it possible for Trump to learn lessons from his terrible, horrible, no good, very bad week? "That is the most astute question that you've asked in this hour," O'Reilly jabbed, jokingly. "The big mistake that Trump made --- and he can't make it again --- was having a private meeting with James Comey. If you're president of the United States, you don't have a private meeting with anybody. Didn't the Lewinksy thing, you know, [teach you anything]?" Enjoy the complimentary clip or listen to the entire segment for details.