Cameron Esposito Writes About Her Sexual Assault In Solidarity With Trump Accusers

"I cannot separate the president from the things he has done to women."
Cameron Esposito speaks in Beverly Hills in October 2016. 
Cameron Esposito speaks in Beverly Hills in October 2016. 

Comedian Cameron Esposito wrote about being a survivor of sexual assault on Twitter and Instagram Thursday, and pegged her reason for opening up to President Donald Trump’s numerous allegations of sexual misconduct.  

Esposito, who co-stars in the Seeso comedy “Take My Wife” with fellow comedian (and actual wife) Rhea Butcher, did not go into detail about the assault itself, and focused instead on the accusations against Trump and the women who made them.

She tweeted screenshots from Slate’s profile of the accusers and alleged incidents:

And though her tweets have garnered support from her followers on Twitter, she also tweeted that some have responded in defense of President Trump’s behavior. 



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