After she left, she told CNN in an interview that Ailes would be “grossly inappropriate” with the way he talked and hugged her, and that once when she asked for more opportunity at the network, he told her they would need to get closer outside of the office, like at a hotel.
“The sexual harassment was the least of it,” Camerota told Profile host Audie Cornish. “There was sexual harassment and there was emotional harassment. And there was sort of bullying and there was ideological harassment.”
Ailes argued that she was not politically conservative enough for the network and wanted her to ask questions that weren’t “fact-based,” she added.
“The things that stick with me are leading by fear and leading by bullying, and I hope that tide is turning,” she said.