Gillibrand vs Trump
Kirsten Gillibrand warns Trump that the tables have turned on sexual assault: 'People are looking for justice'
After being blasted by President Trump on Tuesday in what many interpreted as a sexist smear, New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D) firmly reiterated to Today that "women aren't going to be silenced right now."
"Since the Women's March, women have stood up, have fought hard, have spoken out about their beliefs, and not stopped," Gillibrand said Wednesday.
On Monday, Gillibrand told CNN that Trump should resign due to a number of accusations of sexual misconduct. She renewed that demand on Today, telling host Savannah Guthrie: "I've heard the testimony of many women, numerous accusers, I believe them, and he should resign for that."
"People are looking for justice," she added, describing the #MeToo movement as "a moment in time unlike any other." Watch more of her comments below. Jeva Lange