Gretchen Carlson on the silence that protects harassers | The Weekly with Wendy Mesley

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Former Fox anchor Gretchen Carlson settled her sexual harassment case back in 2016, but she’s not done fighting. When she sued her network’s former Chairman Roger Ailes, it was before Harvey Weinstein and the #MeToo movement became front page news.  She tells Wendy Mesley about her campaign to change the laws that silence women and protect harassers.

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