HOW THE RIGHT POLITICIZED ROY MOORE'S SEXUAL MISCONDUCT ALLEGATIONS 11/13/2017 The conservative media rushes to defend Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore after the evangelical Republican is accused of having sexual relationships with underage girls.
White House to Alabama: Stand with Roy Moore Kellyanne Conway argues that Alabama voters should elect an accused child molester - because what really matters is passing a big tax cut for the rich. Duration: 9:23
ROY MOORE: THE CREEP AT THE MALL 11/14/2017 After four women accuse Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual misconduct, a woman accuses him of sexually assaulting her when she was 16.
Rolling Stone: A Timeline of Donald Trump's Creepiness While He Owned Miss Universe From walking into a teen dressing room to joking about his obligation to sleep with contestants, Trump's a storied pageant creep
Alternet: Trump bragged that he walked in on naked beauty pageant contestants “You see these incredible looking women… I sort of get away with things like that.” Another story of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump publicly bragging about violating women’s privacy and bodily autonomy has emerged. Women have shared stories of being harassed by Trump in the very ways he has publicly boasted about. On an appearance on The Howard Stern Show in 2005, published on Sunday by CNN, Trump described going backstage at the beauty pageants while the contestants were undressed. “Before a show, I’ll go backstage and everyone’s getting dressed, and everything else, and you know, no men are anywhere, and I’m allowed to go in because I’m the owner of the pageant and therefore I’m inspecting it,” he said. “You know, I’m inspecting because I want to make sure that everything is good.” “You know, they’re standing there with no clothes. ‘Is everybody okay?’” he continued. “And you see these incredible looking women, and so, I sort of get away with things like that.” According to interviews BuzzFeed News conducted with former Miss Teen USA contestants, Trump did just that in 1997. Four women who were competing in the pageant that year — including one who was 15 at the time — recalled that Trump walked into the dressing area while they were changing. One of them called it “shocking” and “creepy” and said she rushed to cover herself. Another recalled that the contestants were “just scrambling to grab stuff… whatever garments they had.”Another called it “really shocking,” saying, “We were all naked.” “I remember putting on my dress really quick because I was like, ‘Oh my god, there’s a man in here,’” Mariah Billado, former Miss Vermont Teen USA, said.
DON'T FORGET: DONALD TRUMP WANTS TO BANG HIS DAUGHTER 12/8/2015 Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump has an extensive and unsettling history of hitting on his own daughter Ivanka Trump.
Fox regular claims the women who accused Trump of sexual assault aren't credible Bernard McGuirk: And "the Access Hollywood tape, by the way, that was just locker room talk"
Donald Trump's presidential campaign reels after a 2005 video surfaces in which he boasts about sexually assaulting women.
WATCH: 16 Women Tell Their Heartbreaking Stories of Sexual Assault by Trump A new video presents a powerful case against the president.
Fox host: LaVar Ball criticizing Trump "is an example of really bad parenting"
Fox host: Trump won the election, why are news organizations talking about sexual harassment allegations against him?
Where will the excuses end for the GOP? Jennifer Rubin of the Washington Post says the Republicans must stop making excuses for bad and even criminal behavior just because it is done by Republicans. Jennifer Rubin, David Frum and former prosecutor Barbara McQuade join Lawrence O'Donnell. Duration: 9:56
HARASSMENT ON THE HILL: HOW TO AVOID BEING A CONGRESSIONAL PREDATOR 11/15/2017 After a Virginia congresswoman reveals the rampant sexual misconduct in Washington, D.C., Michelle Wolf weighs in on how to not harass coworkers.
Alabama's biggest newspaper calls on voters to 'reject' Roy MooreThe editorial board of Alabama’s largest newspaper are urging state voters to ‘reject’ GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore regarding recent allegations. Will voters still back the controversial Republican or will they nominate Democrat Doug Jones? The panel discusses. Duration: 15:58
EXCLUSIVE - ALABAMA REACTS TO THE ROY MOORE ACCUSATIONS - UNCENSORED 11/16/2017 Michael Kosta finds out how Alabamians are responding to allegations that GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore sexually assaulted multiple teenage girls.