"We're private citizens," Holvey continued, "and for us to put ourselves out there to try and show America who this man is and especially how he views women, and for them to say 'Meh, we don't care,' it was—it hurt. And so, you know, now it's just like, all right, let's try Round Two. The environment's different—let's try again."
Kelly asked each of the women to again tell their stories of encounters with Trump. NBC News has helpfully broken out each of them into brief videos posted to social media:
WATCH: "Just looking me over like I was a piece of meat." Samantha Holvey talks Trump looking her and other pageant contestants over in a dressing room in 2006 pic.twitter.com/GiFEJGDs7H— TODAY (@TODAYshow) December 11, 2017
WATCH: "I didn't know Donald Trump… They served a meal, and after the meal was cleared all of a sudden he's all over me kissing and groping, and groping and kissing." Jessica Leeds shares her Trump sexual misconduct story from the 1970s on @MegynTODAY pic.twitter.com/Nr9QHNLrdk— TODAY (@TODAYshow) December 11, 2017
"Megyn Kelly Today" reach out to the White House for response, and the official comment that was supplied is pretty much exactly what you'd expect:
What happens next? The women are calling for Congress to conduct an ethics investigation of President Trump. Stay tuned.
"They were more than willing to do that for Senator Franken. Why is the president immune to that?" Trump accuser Rachel Crooks on wanting a Senate ethics probe into Trump's behavior pic.twitter.com/8NR61VOkUp— TODAY (@TODAYshow) December 11, 2017