Women (Including Meryl Streep) Speak Out, Tell Trump 'It's Not OK' in New Video

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In a new anti-Trump video posted today by pro-Clinton group Humanity for Hillary, women tell their stories of sexual harassment and abuse. The video opens with a title card that reads "Women Respond to #TrumpTapes" and intercuts soundbites from Donald Trump's notorious bus ride with Billy Bush (e.g., "When you're a star, they let you do it. You can do anything") as well as justfications from Trump surrogates ("The fact is, men, at times, talk like that," says Rudy Giuliani).

The video, directed by documentary filmmaker Liz Garbus, culminates in the women saying "It's not OK," and they're joined in making that declaration by famous Clinton supporters including Lena Dunham and Meryl Streep (both of whom took the stage at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia in July), Whoopi Goldberg, Amy Schumer and others.

Simon Dumenco, aka Media Guy, is an Ad Age editor-at-large. You can follow him on Twitter @simondumenco.