Trump accuser Melinda McGillivray sobs as she demands justice for women: ‘Why hasn’t anything been done?’
Megyn Kelly had another woman on her show that alleges President Donald Trump groped her 13 years ago while she was at Mar-a-Lago. Though she never reported it to authorities.
Unlike some accusers, Melinda McGillivray began telling friends and family about her encounter with Trump from the incident, the Palm Beach Post reported last October.
Photographer Ken Davidoff was with her at the time and vividly remembered McGillivray pulling him aside after the alleged incident.
“Donald just grabbed my ass!” Davidoff recalls her saying.
Davidoff had invited her to a concert at Mar-a-Lago where he was photographing the event. He took down names for
She recalled that they were standing in a “half moon shape” including Trump and his wife Melania. She said that he was standing about a foot away and that Trump would have had to reach out to grab her. She turned to look behind her and saw Trump looking at Ray Charles with an “expression of guilt.”
She said that she then raced out the door behind Ray Charles trying to get away. She then sought out Charles and Davidoff asked if she wanted to get a photo with him and she refused, saying she wanted to leave immediately.
In another incident she went to see Huey Lewis and the News and went to the restroom. When she came out Trump was there. McGillivray said that he suggestively asked her “so, how’s the weather.” At that point, Melania came around the corner seemingly angry. McGillivray said that Melania stuck her nose in the air, threw her shawl around herself and stormed off.
“He has to face the music, he can’t get away with this. I demand an investigation,” she told Kelly, demanding the Congressional Ethics Committee intervene.
“I think it’s important that we hold this man to the highest of standards,” she continued after the break. “If 16 women have come forward, why hasn’t anything been done? Where is our investigation. I want justice.”
Through tears, she said that she was intimidated and hurt when she came out and was immediately attacked. She said that it was important to do it for her daughter.
“I did this for myself, for my daughter, for my country,” she continued. “People need to know the truth. The truth will set you free. We have liberties in this country and I’m going to talk.”
Trump’s allies have attacked McGillivray for a criminal past, but she told Kelly that she’s worked hard to turn her life around, go to college and have a daughter she cares for.
While other women who have come forward have been attacked for being “politically motivated,” McGillivray said that she isn’t political and is registered as an independent voter.
Kelly interviewed three women Monday who also accused Trump of sexual harassment or assault.
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