Trump Mocks Franken Over Photo of Him Groping Sleeping Woman

Posted November 19, 2017

Below is a rundown of the accusations against Donald Trump.

Meanwhile, 14 women have come forward to accuse Trump of groping, harassing or sexually assaulting them during his career as a real estate developer. Me too! I know the difference between a man who once acted like a dick and a man who is a dick.

What's Behind It: "Al Frankenstien"? "And none of us should get ahead of that", she added.

The differing approaches favored by McConnell and the White House underscore the tension Washington Republicans face as the Alabama election nears. "And the fact that my own actions have given people a good reason to doubt that makes me feel ashamed".

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As been widely reported, Franken's political and comedic careers are in great peril today after it was announced that he forcibly kissed a woman named Leean Tweeden in 2006.

The first referred to a photograph of Franken putting his hands near the breasts of a sleeping Leeann Tweeden, a Los Angeles radio news anchor who accused Franken of groping her and of an aggressive kiss during a rehearsal for a skit he had written.

President Trump, who himself has been caught on tape disparaging women and has a slew of sexual harassment allegations, dove right in to attack Senator Franken.

"Where do his hands go in pictures 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 while she sleeps?" The former "Saturday Night Live" writer and cast member has been an outspoken critic of Trump's administration. She will not use them. Franken was even drawing 2020 presidential buzz after torching Attorney General Jeff Sessions over his links to Russian officials during a blockbuster hearing earlier this year. Al Franken over his sexual harassment issues. The Alabama Republican Party has to decide if they want to have standards for the people that run in their elections.

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Franken, who joined the Senate in 2009, apologized to Tweeden on Thursday in two statements and said he would fully cooperate with an ethics investigation. Trump tweeted, misspelling Frankenstein. A pep rally with fellow Republicans before the House tax vote was, by most accounts, a cheerful affair, made easier by knowledge the GOP had the votes.

Speaking to reporters today, White House spokesperson Sarah Huckabee Sanders said the president finds the allegations against Moore "troubling".

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"I think that what we've said is that Roy Moore's, so far, explanations have not been satisfactory", Short said, before returning to his previous point: "But at the same time, Dana, what we expect is what we have said: We campaigned against him".

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Trump is pouncing on the allegations facing Sen.

Former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton has slammed Donald Trump and Republican Senate nominee Ray Moore for being unapologetic over the sexual misconduct allegations, saying the US President has "disgraced the office".

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