'Why is he immune?' Accuser tells CNN that 'pathological liar' Trump must be held accountable for harassment
Rachel Crooks, who said Donald Trump forcibly kissed her in 2005 (Screen cap).

Rachel Crooks, who in 2016 accused President Donald Trump of forcibly kissing her, went on CNN Monday to talk about how she and her fellow accusers feel "forgotten" ever since Trump's election last year.

Speaking with CNN host Alisyn Camerota, Crooks recounted the way that Trump forcibly kissed her during a 2005 encounter in Trump Tower when she was working at Bayrock Group.

She said that Trump had left her feeling totally powerless, which she says took her years to overcome.

"[I was] feeling so deflated he thought I was so insignificant that he could do that," she said.

Crooks also said that she has been baffled that so few people are talking about the multiple accusations of sexual misconduct that have been leveled against Trump, especially at a time when powerful men ranging from Harvey Weinstein to Kevin Spacey to Matt Lauer have all seen their careers upended over serial sexual harassment.

"I do feel forgotten," she said. "You can't help but wonder why people aren't talking about Trump and the people who came forward for him... why is he immune to this? So it's been very frustrating."

Later in the interview, Camerota asked Crooks how she felt about Trump's blanket denial of so many harassment allegations against him. Crooks responded by saying she wasn't surprised because Trump is a "pathological liar."

Watch the interview below.