The Case Of Al Franken #Told_MeAugust 14, 2019
“What’s going on?” Franken said.
Lomonaco showed him the KABC-AM story and the photograph.
By the time of the 2006 U.S.O.
But she wasn’t sure how a public accusation would be received.
Franken thought that the only way to make his case was to appear before the Senate Ethics Committee.
“I didn’t end his Senate career— he did,” she said.
Minutes after Politico posted the story, Senator Gillibrand’s chief of staff called Franken’s to say that Gillibrand was going to demand his resignation.
I recently asked Gillibrand why she felt that Franken had to go.
“But the women who came forward felt it was sexual harassment,” she said.
By the end of the day, thirty-six Democratic senators had publicly demanded Franken’s resignation, including Schumer, who had known Franken since they had overlapped at Harvard.
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