From the November 21 edition of Courtside Entertainment Group's The Laura Ingraham Show:
CLAY TRAVIS: I actually used to make a living as a lawyer doing sexual harassment training, of all things, and investigating sexual harassment. And it's just a total, total minefield when you're at work trying to deal with perceptions and reality and everything else. Like it is a -- and nowadays, basically everything seems like it could be classified as sexual harassment if somebody wants to do that.
LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): It just never ends. I'm sure people are shocked to hear what I'm saying about this, but I think sexual harassment is serious and should be treated as such when it actually meets the legal definition of sexual harassment. But saying everything is sexual harassment -- it's just like racism -- everything's racist ... no it isn't. There are racists, and then there are people who have a disagreement about an issue. And they happen to be a white person having a disagreement with a black person about a remedy or a policy. That's not racism, thank you very much. Don't diminish real racism, don't diminish real sexual harassment. That's my point.