At one point in the video crafted by Bloomberg Politics, Doocy asks Carlson if she learned a certain journalism skill at another “Broad-casting” gig. Not to be outdone, Brian Kilmeade calls Carlson a “skirt” from the other side of the couch, and admits he should probably re-read Human Resource’s sexual harassment policies. Even guests have gotten in on the action by complimenting her appearance, or commenting on her clothing. Colleagues also used words like “cute” and “hot” to describe her physical appearance.
The instances of objectification are so plentiful in the video, it’s hard to keep track, but TheWrap counted at least 14.
The lawsuit she filed accuses Doocy of creating a hostile work environment by treating her in a sexist and condescending way. According to the court documents, Ailes’ response to the complaint was that Carlson needed to learn to “get along with the boys.”
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