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On October 10, Franken shared an opinion piece, written by former Fox News host Gretchen Carlson, that detailed ways to assure "more victims have opportunities to speak up, and to see justice served when they do."Franken introduced the piece on Facebook by writing: "The women who have shared their stories about Harvey Weinstein over the last few days are incredibly brave.
It takes a lot of courage to come forward, and we owe them our thanks.
Our statement: pic.twitter.com/RQv94Jq YYB— NARAL (@NARAL) November 16, 2017The Franken revelations are especially fraught for Democrats in the Trump era, as they seek to frame themselves in opposition to Republicans who support the President in spite of a series of unresolved allegations of sexual misconduct against him.
More recently, Moore, the Alabama Republican, has been hit with a flurry of detailed accusations.
"Progressives & Democrats must not tolerate sexual harassment or assault," it said in a tweet. @Sen Franken should be held to the same standard as anyone in public or private life.""What accountability should look like is clearly an important question.
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I shouldn't have done it."News of the report was jarring to progressive groups who count Franken, the former "Saturday Night Live" star and bestselling author, as one of their most popular draws and a potential presidential or vice presidential candidate in 2020.
He was applauded by liberals during the Trump administration's confirmation hearings for taking a harder line than some of his colleagues with Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Secretary of Education Betsy De Vos.