Former Fox News correspondent Courtney Friel is due to publish her new book, Tonight At 10: KickingBooze and Breaking News, on Jan. \"New York Daily News\" got her new book in advance, part of it about Trump.
Mr. Fryer received a chilling call after he mentioned his interest in serving as a judge in the beauty pageant that was then co-hosted by Mr. Trump and NBC, the book said.
At the time, Trump was not the president of the United States, and the report did not mention a specific time. Trump called fryer's office and told her she was \"the hottestone\" on fox news.
\"Even though he said I couldn't be a judge, because I work on other TV stations,\" the book says. But he did ask about my career goals and praised my work.
Fryer,39, who served as an interim host on Trump's favorite show,\" Fox and Friends,\" now works as an anchor and journalist on KTLA TV in Los Angeles.
She expressed \"shock\" at the matter and wrote in the book:\" This offer makes it hard for me to cover Trump's presidential campaign facelessly. It made me angry that he called all the women who shared his bold love story a liar. I totally believe them.
Trump's gossip may have been too much to surprise, with more than 20 women coming forward to accuse Trump of molesting, according to the Guardian. Previously the most aggressive was Trump's payment of a huge breakup fee to Yan star Daniels, and despite being investigated, Trump has consistently denied calling the woman a \"liar.\"