After a series of women accused Donald Trump of forcing himself on them, one of the Republican nominee's advisers took a swing at their credibility. “These allegations are decades old,” A.J. Delgado told MSNBC's Chris Hayes on Wednesday. “If somebody actually did that, Chris, any reasonable woman would have come forward and said something.”
Debra Katz, a civil rights lawyer in the nation's capital, disagreed. It's more common for women who endure harassment to stay silent, she said. They worry people won’t believe them. They fear retaliation.
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