'I Was Shaking': Fox News Guest Details Sexual Harassment at the Hands of Bill O'Reilly
"I feel like President Trump is making our entire country a hostile environment for working women," asserted Lisa Bloom, attorney for Wendy Walsh, a former Fox News guest and one of O'Reilly's accusers.
According to a New York Times report on April 1, as many as six women have accused the "O'Reilly Factor" host of sexual harassment.
In the case of her client, Wendy Walsh, "he deprived her of a job to which she was otherwise entitled," Bloom told Lawrence O'Donnell on Wednesday night's "The Last Word."
"This president of ours stands behind Bill O'Reilly," Bloom hammered. "It's so disgusting."
Walsh, a reoccurring guest on "The O'Reilly Factor," is one of the few who is able to share her story because she has not entered into a legal agreement, O'Donnell explained.
"How did [Trump's remark] make you feel?" he asked Walsh.
Walsh said she believed "a small group of men of a certain generation" are teaching the country "that women are sexual objects."
"I believe [Trump and O'Reilly] are peers in that sense," she added.
Walsh also discussed the evening O'Reilly made his advances.
"[Trump] wouldn't understand that by the time I got to the bar," she explained. "I was shaking, worrying about how to save my job."
Walsh says she was completely blindsided by the Fox News host's invitation to come up to his bedroom.