Top Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway says sexist comments attributed to Mike Bloomberg are "far worse" than President Trump's remarks on the "Access Hollywood" tape.
"The way Michael Bloomberg treated female employees ... to have created that kind of culture, that unsafe workplace, to feel that you're being harassed because of your gender, that is problematic," Conway said on "Fox News Sunday." "I think you're going to hear more of it."
She was discussing Bloomberg's alleged history of profane and sexist comments about women reported by the Washington Post. The report detailed lawsuits alleging a culture of harassment at Bloomberg's company, charges the presidential candidate denies.
Conway said it is "fair game" to go after the ex-Big Apple mayor on the issue, notwithstanding Trump's record of sexist comments and lawsuits accusing him of sexual misconduct.
"That was fully litigated," she said of the infamous "Access Hollywood" tape in which the president boasted he could get away with sexual assault.
"We want to know the person behind the half a billion dollars worth of ads," she said of Bloomberg.
Australian Associated Press