Gretchen Carlson: Every woman has experienced sexual harassment

Gretchen Carlson took intention at former Fox Information colleague Greta Van Susteren, slamming Van Susteren for not initially believing the sexual harassment allegations she made in opposition to the late Fox Information chief Roger Ailes.

The net quarrel started Friday after Van Susteren tweeted criticism of ABC Information.

The community had initially referred to a correction of a botched report as a “clarification,” main Van Susteren to lace into ABC Information for its refusal to “admit its error.”

Carlson fired again at Van Susteren in a tweet of her personal. She accused Van Susteren of calling her a “liar” when she accused Ailes of sexually harassing her when he was chairman and CEO of Fox Information.

Van Susteren, who had a future as a Fox News host until 2016, denied ever calling Carlson a liar. In yet another tweet she stated “that’s not so.”

“I didn’t name her a liar,” Van Susteren wrote, asking readers to look at her feedback from the time.

Van Susteren added that when the Ailes sexual harassment story “first broke,” Carlson was the “just one making a declare, a declare she by no means revealed or hinted to me and shocked us all.”

As the web site Mediaite pointed out, Van Susteren advised Folks journal in July 2016 that the “very first thing that occurred” to her was that Carlson was maybe “a disgruntled worker.”

“I learn that her present wasn’t being renewed and, being a lawyer, I believed she acquired offended,” Van Susteren stated on the time. “I take care of Roger Ailes usually. I’ve usually been alone with Roger Ailes in his workplace over the course of 15 years and I’ve by no means seen something like what I am studying about within the papers and the journal.”

Van Susteren later expressed regret for not believing Carlson.

Carlson’s lawsuit initiated a sequence of occasions that finally led to Ailes’ ouster from Fox Information. Ailes died on Could 18, 2017 after falling in his Palm Seashore, Florida, house on the age of 77.

CNNMoney (New York) First printed December 2, 2017: 10:24 PM ET