Republican lawyer and TV talking head Ana Navarro voted for Hillary Clinton. That’s not something Republicans proudly say, but the Nicaraguan-born Navarro is a Jeb Bush-style Republican and she views Donald Trump as an impostor on true conservative issues. But it’s Trump’s alleged predatory behavior that Navarro is tweeting about before she guest hosts on The View on Tuesday, November 21. With allegations raining down against powerful male after powerful male, Navarro wants to make sure that as the conversation moves from Harvey Weinstein to Al Franken to Charlie Rose that no one forgets about President Trump’s largely unheard accusers.
Navarro, who has worked for CNN, ABC and others, has been a vocal critic of Trump’s policies and conduct in office and during the campaign. But trump’s personal conduct — which he himself boasted about on the famous Billy Bush Access Hollywood tape — is the focus of Navarro’s latest communication with her 660K Twitter followers: “I believe Donald Trump’s accusers. I believe Harvey Weinstein’s accusers. I believe Mark Halperin’s accusers. I believe Al Franken’s accuser. I believe Charlie Rose’s accusers. I believe Glenn Thrush’s accusers. I believe Roy Moore’s accusers.” Navarro’s statement reminds viewers of comedian Jay Leno’s response when people continued to defend Bill Cosby after myriad allegations against him surfaced. Leno said: “I don’t know why it’s so hard to believe women. You [go to] Saudi Arabia and you need two women to testify against a man. Here you need 25.” The View airs at 11am ET weekdays on ABC.
I believe Donald Trump’s accusers. I believe Harvey Weinstein’s accusers. I believe Mark Halperin’s accusers. I believe Al Franken’s accuser. I believe Charlie Rose’s accusers. I believe Glenn Thrush’s accusers. I believe Roy Moore’s accusers. The last 1, they were also underage.
— Ana Navarro (@ananavarro) November 20, 2017
— The View (@TheView) November 19, 2017