Megyn Kelly is hardly impressed with CNN contributor Stephen Moore and his recent advice about how to stop sexual harassment in the workplace.
Kelly opened her Friday show with an exasperated recap of the ongoing sexual harassment scandals pertaining to Harvey Weinstein, James Toback and NBC’s own Mark Halperin. Kelly spoke at length about how the country is facing a “watershed moment” as more and more women are speaking out and demanding a stop to inappropriate behavior.
Shark Tank‘s Kevin O’Leary was Kelly’s guest today, and the two of them had a discussion about the repercussions that sexual harassment incidents have on businesses. As this discussion went on, Kelly brought up the moment when Moore suggested earlier this week that men in positions of power need to have a witness whenever they meet in a room with women.
“That’s ridiculous,” Kelly snapped. O’Leary concurred, saying “99% of men and women understand that their behavior matters.”
Watch above, via NBC.
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