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UPDATE: Bette Midler took to Twitter Thursday to adopt the #Me Too hashtag as a way of confirming that she had been drugged and groped by Geraldo Rivera, the Fox News host who made headlines Wednesday for defending recently fired Matt Lauer.Midler also linked to a You Tube clip of her 1991 interview with Barbara Walters, in which she first discussed the alleged assault.News is a flirty business & it seems like current epidemic of #Sex Harassment Allegations may be criminalizing courtship & conflating it w predation. — Geraldo Rivera (@Geraldo Rivera) November 29, 2017 He then offered his own narrow definition of sexual harassment and said such an allegation should never be used by women to “get even (with) bad bosses or hated (exes).” He also said that allegations should be made in a “timely fashion.” A jerk’s a jerk in dating.#Sex Harassment should be confined to situations where superior imposes himself on subordinate who feels unable to complain because of power of perp or feared consequences to victim’s employment.W $ settlements in multi-millions slight chance exists some victims are motivated by more than justice — Geraldo Rivera (@Geraldo Rivera) November 29, 2017 The tweets prompted a fierce backlash on Twitter and admonishment from his bosses at Fox News, where Rivera is a correspondent-at-large.Fox News has also dealt with its own scandals involving sexual harassment, having to fire its late chief Roger Ailes and popular news host Bill O’Reilly after multiple women accused each of those men of sexual harassment or assault.
But when he does get around to viewing the program, he will surely recognize that Moore has become a distraction.
In a particularly damning exchange, Hannity asked Moore if he’d had a habit of dating teenage girls.
“Do you remember dating girls that young at that time? “If I did, I’m not going to dispute anything, but I don’t remember anything like that.” It was not exactly the principled outraged Moore’s supporters might have hoped for.
Jarrett said Moore “should step aside.” A few congressional Republicans have made similar calls, but Moore has vowed to stay in the race.
He will have to continue without funding from the National Republican Senatorial Committee, which will no longer support his candidacy.He did not make clear what incorrect electoral projections had to do with Moore’s alleged sexual misconduct. As for the demands of “proof” made by Hannity and other Moore supporters, these have been called a cynical ploy to undermine the credibility of his accusers.