Megyn Kelly’s flimsy morning show was actually worth watching Monday. Three women who have previously accused President Trump of sexual impropriety appeared on the show to defend their claims.
Samantha Holvey, Jessica Leeds and Rachel Crooks. Three women who might change history. Trump denies their accusations, but if enough people start believing them it might endanger the presidency.
“These false claims, totally disputed in most cases by eyewitness accounts, were addressed at length during last year’s campaign… and the American people voiced their judgment by delivering a decisive victory,” reads a statement prepared by the White House.
The women are undeterred. The trio who appeared in Kelly’s show confidently detailed illicit encounters with the president.
“All of a sudden, he’s all over, me, kissing and groping and groping and kissing… I wanted people to know what kind of a person that Trump really is…what a pervert he is,” Leeds said, claiming that he attacked her on a plane.
The difference between Trump and most of the Democrats who have been felled by sexual abuse scandals is that Trump hasn’t admitted guilt. At every step of the way, he’s insisted on his innocence. Al Franken, meanwhile, has issued multiple shamefaced apologies.
Serious doubts have been raised as to the veracity of Leed’s story. She claims that the incident occurred while the pair were seatmates in first class, and describes Trump playing with an armrest.
“She has been accused of faking the information because the plane wouldn’t have had an armrest in first class at the time of the alleged incident. Leeds admitted today that ‘I don’t remember what happened to the armrest,’” the Daily Mail notes.
Do you believe the allegations?
(Source: Daily Mail)