"I suspect that in a year or two, (MeToo) won't be as newsworthy but what we'll have is the philanthropic dollars to help us really institutionalize the work that's happening on the ground," she said. "And so the things that will be newsworthy will be the ways that we're moving the needle to end sexual violence. It won't be just about what person is losing their job or what new person is being revealed as a predator."
"Great! You can make a lofty donation to the Time's Up Legal Defense Fund that is available to support your father's accusers," Ms. Milano replied, referencing the women who have accused Mr. Trump of sexual misconduct.