MSNBC’s Chris Hayes Shows Damning Montage of Trump’s Sexual Misconduct Allegations


In light of the flood of sexual misconduct allegations coming out against Hollywood icon Harvey Weinstein, many have come out to ask what the difference is between these accusations — which have been largely taken as credible — and the similar accusations made last year against President Donald Trump.

To make this point, MSNBC’s Chris Hayes explained the comparisons between Weinstein’s current situation and Trump’s accusations:

“The President of the United States, almost exactly one year ago the famous Access Hollywood was released, which we don’t need to play because everyone remembers that tape, but what is not always remembered is what happened right after that tape was released. Woman after woman came forward, nearly a dozen in all, accusing Donald Trump of inappropriate behavior and sexual assault.”

The All In host then showcased a damning montage of allegations made against Trump and his subsequent vicious attacks on those accusers. This clip included a woman who was interviewed by The New York Times who accused Trump of sexually assaulting Trump on an airplane. Additionally, Hayes showed the many times Trump called his accusers “liars” and threatened to sue them.

Watch above via CNN.

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