A few months ago on CBS, sexual abuser Charlie Rose interviewed for President Trump Chief Strategist Steve Bannon on 60 Minutes.
During the interview the two discussed the Billy Bush tape. The famous tape had audio of Trump saying he was able to grab women wherever he wants because he's a celebrity. It was a very old video that was conveniently released just before the election.
Per The Gateway Pundit:
President Trump and Steve Bannon responded to the Bush tape by having a press conference in St. Louis a few days later on a Sunday shortly before the 2nd debate with Hillary Clinton.
President Trump did what no politician has ever done – he hit back – HARD – and Bannon had much to do with it.
TRUMP PUNKED THE PRESS!
All of this went down just a few hours before the second presidential debate. The far left mainstream media thought they had finally taken down Trump. They thought their "October Surprise" was just what they needed. Too bad that the Clinton campaign would never win a battle that was built around abusing women. Hillary Clinton's husband is a notorious womanizer and Donald Trump reminded the world of this.
On a segment in the interview with Bannon, Rose fired off by mentioning that Americans "do care about respect for women." After that Rose asked Bannon, “Are you trying to destroy somebody when you are just repeating something they said?”
Rose continued – When you run the tape which is a news item they are not trying to destroy somebody, they simply
Bannon – Charlie, give me a break!…
Bannon next mentioned Trump bringing the Clinton accusers into the press conference before the 2nd debate.
Rose – That was your deal. You really wanted to do it. Why?
Bannon- Because I thought if you are going to go after Donald Trump for his words, let’s have the Clinton’s defend Clinton’s actions.
Sexual abuser Steve Bannon
It looks like holier-than-thou Charlie Rose had some skeletons in his close. Despite claiming a moral higher round in this interview, he has since had eight women come out and abuse him of sexual abuse.
While he said "Americans do care about respect for women" it's clear that Charlie Rose doesn't.