Multiple women who have accused Donald "Grab 'Em by the Pussy" Trump of sexual assault and harassment are calling for a nonpartisan Congressional investigation. Samantha Holvey, Jessica Leeds, and Rachel Crooks appeared on Megyn Kelly Today Monday morning ahead of a news conference held by Brave New Films.
"It was heartbreaking last year," said Holvey, who says Trump walked in on her and other Miss America pageant contestants' dressing rooms in 2006. "We're private citizens and for us to put ourselves out there to try and show America who this man is and how he views women, and for them to say 'Eh, we don't care,' it hurt."
Crooks, a former receptionist who was allegedly kissed on the mouth by Trump without consent in 2005, described Trump's history as "serial misconduct and perversion" in a news conference following the Today appearance. "Unfortunately, this behavior isn't rare in our society, and people of all backgrounds can be victims," Crooks added. "The only reason I am here today is that this offender is now the president of our country."
Leeds, who was allegedly groped by Trump on a plane in the '80s, recalled being called "the C word" during a later encounter with the bloated sack of flesh and white supremacy. "The room cleared," she told Kelly. "It was like everybody disappeared."
Brave New Films founder Robert Greenwald joined the women at Monday's conference, joining their call for widespread accountability. Trump, Greenwald said, should be investigated with the participation of elected officials "no matter what party."
A statement from a White House spokesperson was issued during Kelly's broadcast Monday morning, again denying the allegations from at least 19 different women. Lest you forget, Trump is also the same guy who boasted about grabbing women "by the pussy" and openly admitted to intentionally walking in on naked pageant contestants while they were getting dressed.