Jessica Leeds, Samantha Holvey and Rachel Crooks, have all resurfaced to accuse President Trump of sexual misconduct, and who better to interview the accusers than Trump-hater Megyn Kelly.
The women interviewed are trying to return to the spotlight to address Trump’s alleged misconduct at a time when other politicians, media figures, entertainment executives and businessmen have been forced to leave their jobs over accusations of sexual harassment or assault.
We are certain that the timing of this latest assault on Trump is just a coincidence.
Samantha Holvey says when she competed in Trump’s Miss USA pageant, she was a victim of Trump’s sexual misconduct.
Holvey says that Trump, the owner of the Miss USA pageant, came backstage unexpectedly, to the pageant he owns, where the girls were wearing robes (not naked, but wearing robes), and according to Samantha Holvey, walked in like “he owns the place”…which he does own.
Holvey says that when Trump walked in to inspect the pageant he owns, it made her feel “so gross.”
Holvey admits that because of the Miss USA pageant she has now ‘gotten every job she has interviewed for’ and because of the pageant ‘more than doubled her scholarship’ and never had to take out student loans.
Just to summarize, Samantha Holvey’s idea of sexual misconduct, is based on her feelings that it was “gross” to have the owner of the Miss USA pageant (which she chose to be a part of and financially benefitted from), come to a “large” backstage area filled with security guards and dozens of women covered fully in bath robes, walk around like he [Trump] owned the pageant, which in fact he does own.
If this constitutes sexual misconduct than every man that visits a beach filled with women in bikinis is guilty of misconduct. Women sports reporters who do interviews inside pro athlete locker rooms are also guilty of sexual misconduct. This is one big nothing of a story.