Megyn Kelly interviews a fourth woman who alleges she was a victim of President Trump’s sexual misconduct.

On Monday, December 11, TV host Megyn Kelly interviewed three women who were claiming that The U.S. President Donald Trump sexually harassed them. The women spoke about their experiences on “Megyn Kelly Today.”

Jessica Leeds, one of the women, revealed her experience happened back in the 1970s. She said Donald Trump groped her while they were on a flight, immediately after the flight attendants cleared the meal leftovers. “When his hands started going up my skirt — I’m not a small person — I managed to wiggle out and stand up and grab my purse and I went to the back of the airplane”, she added.

This was not the first time Jessica Leeds told her story. She gained a lot of attention during the presidential campaign last year. This was just a reminder.

Leeds was supported by two other women, who shared similar stories.

Now, on Tuesday, Kelly interviewed a fourth woman claiming Trump groped her. Melinda McGillivray revealed her story happened in 2003, when she was 23-year-s old. She was attending a concert at Mar-a-Lago when she felt someone grabbing her. “The next thing you know, I feel a grab on my right side To my surprise, it’s Donald [Trump] and he’s standing a foot and a half away from me, so his hand had to reach out and touch me.”

As Trump was not even looking at her when he was doing that, her reaction was to freeze. “I turned to look up at him and he’s just standing there. He didn’t even acknowledge me,” McGillivray continued.

Before her interview was over, Kelly brought-up McGillivray trouble with the law. She admitted she was a convicted felon. “Right, and I’ve had to go to jail. I’ve been held accountable.”

The White House has responded to the accusations made on Monday, denying the accusations, calling them “false” and “totally disputed”. The statement added: “The timing and absurdity of these false claims speaks volumes and the publicity tour that has begun only further confirms the political motives behind them.”