Journalist Ronan Farrow likened former President Bill Clinton in a new profile to two of the most high-profile names brought down in the #MeToo movement against powerful men accused of sexual harassment: Harvey Weinstein and Charlie Rose.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg recently expressed doubts about some of the most high-profile #MeToo allegations, but that is not stopping one of the largest pro-abortion political action committees in the country from having him speak at a fundraiser.
“CBS This Morning” host Gayle King said amid the #MeToo movement against sexual harassment and assault that she thinks there should be “some sort of due process” accorded to men accused of sexual misconduct.
Comedienne Samantha Bee said progressive politics are no defense for former New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and others accused of harassment and abuse.
Talk show host and women’s advocate Tina Brown says she was asked to produce an atonement series, starring disgraced CBS anchor Charlie Rose, for celebrities who have fallen from grace in the wake of sexual harassment and abuse scandals.
CBS Sunday news anchor John Dickerson will be replacing Charlie Rose on “CBS This Morning,” according to three sources familiar with the decision.
CBS News said Wednesday night that it fired the network’s political director, Steve Chaggaris, due to allegations of “inappropriate behavior” in his past.
PBS President and CEO Paula Kerger announced Monday that the news network is bringing on CNN correspondent Christiane Amanpour as Charlie Rose’s interim replacement after he was fired for multiple allegations of sexual harassment.
“CBS This Morning” wants Oprah Winfrey to step in for ousted anchor Charlie Rose as the show reels from the television journalist’s firing for explosive allegations of sexual misconduct.
CBS News fired long-time anchor Charlie Rose on Tuesday following allegations of sexual misconduct levied against him spanning decades of his journalism career.