Sanders: Trump Should 'Think About Resigning' Following Franken Announcement


On Thursday morning, during an appearance on "CBS This Morning", Sanders was asked to weigh in on the sexual misconduct controversies embroiling the Senate right now.

Seven out of ten Americans (70%) accoding to a new poll this week want Congress to investigate the allegations of sexual assault against President Donald Trump.

"Moore may be possibly joining the Senate and he has been accused of far worse than what Senator Franken is accused of", King said. "We feel strongly that the people of this country also addressed that when they elected Donald Trump to be president".

The grassroots group CREDO had garnered more than 152,000 supporters as of Thursday afternoon in its call for a federal investigation into allegations of government officials' abuses, starting with Trump's.

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"So I think he's in pretty good health", he said.

The two-term lawmaker has repeatedly apologized as several women stepped forward to accuse him of sexually inappropriate behavior, from groping to forcibly trying to kiss them.

Sanders, a former Democratic presidential candidate, was referencing the infamous "Access Hollywood" tape that rattled but did not destroy Trump's presidential campaign.

Trump later apologized for the remarks and described them as "locker room" talk.

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"There were a lot of questions on that".

"The way we treat women in our country has been abysmal in nearly every way".

"What I worry about right now, as we speak, is that in restaurants, in offices all over this country where you have bosses who are not famous, there is harassment, women are being intimidated, and we need a cultural revolution in this country", Sanders said.

Franken is an actor who appeared on "Saturday Night Live" and an author who narrowly won his Senate seat in 2008 after a prolonged vote count.

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