Borger: I Hope Men Also Feel Uncomfortable When a Colleague Treats Women Unfairly

‘You know, what if a woman goes to a colleague and says, look, I don’t know what to do, and I feel uncomfortable, come with me’

RUSH TRANSCRIPT:
BORGER: "I would hope that men would feel uncomfortable if there were a colleague, a male colleague of theirs who was treating a woman unfairly and they heard about it. You know, what if a woman goes to a colleague and says, look, I don't know what to do, and I feel uncomfortable, come with me and let's talk to a supervisor about this because I'm afraid to go alone. I mean there are -- I think women have been intimidated and the thing that we should not lose sight of here with Fox, is that this took a long, long time. And it didn't happen overnight. And it took a while after Ailes and it took a newspaper, to put something, make something public for Fox to act."

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