For 12 hours straight Friday on the National Mall, a women’s rights organization played the 2005 Access Hollywood recording where President Trump made comments about groping women.
UltraViolet — a group that describes itself as a “community of people mobilized to fight sexism” — ran the video on a loop from 9 a.m. ET to 9 p.m. on a large screen near the White House. The video was part of the group’s “Grab Back” rally, held on the first anniversary of the day The Washington Post released a video of Trump making vulgar comments amid the heat of the 2016 campaign.
In the 2005 video, Trump talked about pursuing a married woman and bragged about being able to grope women because of his fame. “When you’re a star, they let you do it,” Trump said.” MORE
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“Trump is the last person on the planet who should be talking about tapes. He has admitted on tape that he sexually assaults women because “when you’re a star, they’ll let you do anything.”
Donald Trump hasn’t said or tweeted a peep about Roy Moore sexually assaulting underage girls, but he wastes no time pouncing on a Democrat who has apologized and taken responsibility for his actions.” MORE
“At least five companies have announced they will not advertise during Sean Hannity’s TV and radio shows following the host’s coverage of Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, who is accused of sexual misconduct with a 14-year-old.” MORE
“The actress who starred in the porn video liked by Ted Cruz’ Twitter account has harsh words for the Texas Senator.
“I didn’t like that he watched it for free,” Cory Chase told HuffPost. “He pirated that video. He should have paid Reality Kings for a subscription.”
“Perquita Burgess, the most recent woman to accuse Bill O’Reilly of sexual harassment, appeared for the first time publicly as a guest on “The View” Thursday afternoon — just one day after the cable news giant was informed that he would no longer have a home at Fox News.
“It’s very cathartic; very cathartic,” Burgess said on Thursday, explaining that she felt “triumphant” after O’Reilly’s ousting. Burgess told the co-hosts that she was “tired of reliving the trauma every time I saw a woman speak out, and I wanted to save him from doing it to anyone else.” MORE