Megyn Kelly interviews Trump accusers in new attack tactic (videos)

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Amid all the allegations of sexual misconduct against high profile figures, multiple women accusing President Donald Trump of misconduct have decided it’s time to “try again,” and have banded together in a joint attack against the commander in chief.

The women are demanding an investigation by Congress into the allegations against Trump.

In November, “Brave New Films” released a documentary, titled “16 Women and Donald Trump,” and the organization held a press conference with three of the women, as they launched their latest attack on Trump Monday morning.

The three women also appeared on “Megyn Kelly Today” Monday morning, as Kelly gave them an exclusive platform to air their allegations.

The three accusers are Samantha Holvey, a 2006 Miss USA contestant; Jessica Leeds, who claims Trump groped her on an airplane over 30 years ago; and Rachel Crooks, who claimed Trump kissed her when she was 22 and working at Trump Tower.

“America is having its own ‘Me Too’ moment,” Kelly said, as she noted all the other recent sexual misconduct allegations, and asked if “accountability extends to the Oval Office.”

Kelly rapidly launched her attack on Trump, even bringing up an old claim by Trump’s former wife accusing him of rape. She then referred to the infamous “Access Hollywood” tape and proceeded to the other accusations against him.

As she interviewed the women Monday, she also encouraged other women to come forward.

Below are video clips from today’s episode.

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