“There's a lot of evidence now, it's very clear, and we should say to women ‘we believe you, you should come forward’ because 80% of women never come forward when they’ve been attacked," the famed director said about Cosby, who admitted to giving women Quaaludes.
Though Judd is not a big of Bill at the moment, he did not slam Whoopi Goldberg, who was one of Bill's supporters. “I totally understand what she was trying to do, which was to get as much information as she could before speaking out against him, she was being careful, but I believe we have enough evidence at this point.”
Before he headed into the premiere, Judd used "The Bachelorette" as an analogy to describe Trump. “Donald Trump is that guy on ‘The Bachelorette’ that you don't want to get kicked off because he's so crazy, that the show is more fun if he's around for a while, but ultimately you don't want him to win."