“Some are supporting the cause on social media,” using the hashtags #Why IMarch and #IMarch For, she tells the Cut.“Others are chartering five buses for their staff.” Via a letter she sent out to the CFDA, she is also suggesting that brands donate a portion of their proceeds this weekend to charity, whether that’s a women’s rights group or environmental and labor causes.That seems unlikely, since a spokeswoman dismissed the suit immediately.It’s unusual for a president to be in such a legal situation—though not entirely unprecedented.She also served on CALCASA’s board of directors for more than a decade.Her participation on the board was essential to the Coalition’s reorganization, hiring of staff, and the development in policies and procedures.Zervos, who’s represented by the famous lawyer Gloria Allred, was one of the several women who accused Trump of sexual assault or misconduct prior to the election.She claims that he kissed her and pressed his genitals against her non-consensually.
But Comey has a message for those still on the sidelines.Just think — in a couple of years, I'll be dating you."On Wednesday, CBS News reported a similar scenario involving a 10-year-old girl around the same time, when Trump was between his first and second marriages.In footage from the archives of CBS-owned “Entertainment Tonight," Trump asks the child if she is planning to ride the escalator at Trump Tower.(Stay tuned.) Cornejo is one of those getting involved, telling the Cut, “As a woman, a mother, an immigrant and former political refugee, a small-business owner, a climate-change believer and after proudly becoming an American four years ago, there’s no question that I wouldn’t stand in solidarity with the Women’s March on Washington.” On Saturday, she will donate a portion of her proceeds to In addition to the brands mentioned above, Comey has corralled dozens of other designers, including Samantha and Matt Orley of Orley, who will be marching this weekend.“The election really left me heartbroken about how a large portion of our country views women and people of all diversities and that equality is just not a priority for them,” Samantha says.