Three women who have publicly accused the POTUS of sexual misconduct will sit down with NBC News host Megyn Kelly Monday morning to detail their claims.
Jessica Leeds, Samantha Holvey, and Rachel Crooks (above) are three, of the at least 16, who have accused Trump of sexual harassment dating back decades, with allegations that range from groping and unwanted kissing to making lewd propositions.
Trump has of course has rejected these claims, dismissing them ALL as liars and denying that he has ever been inappropriate with women, despite a bombshell 2005 Access Hollywood tape in which he can be heard bragging about kissing women and grabbing them
“by the pussy.”
He initially apologized for those remarks but has recently suggested that it is not actually his voice on the tape. Billy Bush said last week in the New York Times,
“He said it.”
In an interview on Sunday, Nikki Haley, Ambassador to the United Nations, said that the women who have accused Trump of sexual harassment and misconduct
“should be heard”
or more ominously, be
In addition to the interview with Kelly, Brave New Films is hosting a press conference in New York City at 10:30 a.m. today with women who have publicly accused the Trump of sexual harassment. According to a press release, the women will call for a congressional investigation into the sexual misconduct allegations against the president.
“The women will share their firsthand accounts of President Trump groping, fondling, forcibly kissing, humiliating and harassing women. They are among the at least sixteen women who have come forward to accuse the president of sexual misconduct. Their disturbing allegations came to light before the post-Weinstein era of accountability for sexual misconduct and the rise of the #MeToo movement.”
BuzzFeed has published the L O N G list of Trump’s accusers which you can see here.
And to refresh your ears, here’s the infamous tape that for some reason, did not derail Trump’s quest for the highest office in the land.