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Two of Josh Duggar's victims — his sisters — will appear on The Kelly File Friday night to continue the family's carefully orchestrated media tour.

Jessa Seewald and Jill Dillard (both of whom are Duggar kids who are now married and took their husbands' last names) will sit down with Megyn Kelly to talk about their experiences and how the revelation of Josh's bad behavior has affected them.

On Wednesday night, the senior Duggars explained to Fox News' Megyn Kelly that what Josh did wasn't really so bad, since all he did was touch them above the clothes while they were asleep. (According to the report, he later fondled a sibling while she sat in his lap, a phenomenon psychologists call "escalation.")

The Duggars prove why they don't belong on TV in TV interview

"Do you feel like the victim of a molestation?" Kelly asks the sisters in a preview clip.

"I do want to speak up in his defense," Jessa begins. She explains that when people call him a pedophile or a child molester or even a rapist, it's "a lie, really," and she can say that because she was one of the victims. (A statement which raises the question: If he isn't a molester or pedophile, then what is she a victim of?)

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Then the conversation turns to the real bad guys: The ones who leaked the info.

"They don't have a right to (make the records public). We're victims. They can't do this to us," Jill said, according to Fox News. "Yet they did."

Part 2 of the Duggar Fox News saga will air at Friday at 9/8c on Fox News. Watch the preview: