House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy sent a letter to ABC News demanding answers regarding allegations the network killed a story about Jeffrey Epstein.
"I'd ask her if she's aware that Jeffrey Epstein didn't kill himself," a caller purporting to be a Louisiana Republican said.
Rep. Paul Gosar encoded the message, "Epstein didn't kill himself," in a series of tweets starting Wednesday morning, the Washington Post reported.
A New Hampshire man is attempting to run for president under the name, "Epstein Didn't Kill Himself," a reference to disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein.
The woman who has been accused of having access to the tape is former ABC News producer Ashley Bianco, who spoke to Megyn Kelly in an exclusive interview.
"I shouldn't be filming this ..." the man says in the video. "I do want to say to my wife and kids ... Jeffrey Epstein didn't kill himself."
Megyn Kelly launched her personal Instagram account with news that she obtained an interview with the woman fired after ABC’s Amy Robach video leaked.