The biggest story over the last month has been the continued allegations of sexual assault and harassment against women. Like many other high-profiled men, it appears that Donald Trump will have to deal with his past once again.

Trump's accusers

Ever since the New York Times broke their bombshell story exposing the decade-long history of sexual misconduct of former film producer Harvey Weinstein, allegations against other men have been falling like dominoes. From film producers, writers, directors, actors, and even politicians, a growing number of men have been accused of various acts of harassment and assault.

The name that has remained in the news in recent weeks has been Republican candidate for Senate in Alabama, Roy Moore, who has been accused of trying to engage in sexual activity with underage girls over the last 40 years. While the Republican Party has been split in their response, Donald Trump decided to come out in support of Moore, going as far as to record robocalls for him with the election only a few days away. As reported by CBS News on December 10, the president is now going to be facing his past as the women who have previously accused him of Sexual Harassment and assault will unite and call on Congress to launch an investigation.

According CBS News on Sunday night, over a dozen women who had previously made claims against Donald Trump will come together in an effort to shine a light on the president's alleged improper treatment of women.

The gathering will happen on Monday at 10:30 a.m., and will take place at a conference sponsored by Brave New Films, who previously released a documentary film about the allegations against the commander in chief.

In a statement released by the group, at least 16 of Donald Trump's accusers "will share their firsthand accounts of President Trump's groping, fondling, forcibly kissing, humiliating, and harassing women." The news comes as public pressure has grown to further investigate the allegations against the former host of "The Apprentice," though no action has yet been taken.

As of press time, neither Trump nor the White House have responded to the news in question.

History repeats

The allegations against Donald Trump picked up steam in the weeks leading up to the 2016 election after the release of the now infamous "Access Hollywood" tape. Like many of the other men accused, Trump has denied every claim, insisting it was part of a partisan smear attack to derail his campaign and presidency.