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Republicans Are Lost On Whether Al Franken Should Resign
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7 Dec 2017 01:30 AM EST

Republicans were hesitant to join Democrats in demanding Sen. Al Franken resign over sexual misconduct allegations. Should embattled Senate candidate Roy Moore win Alabama's special election next week, he would face the same scrutiny by the Ethics Committee, a process that many Republicans defended. Several women have accused Moore of sexual misconduct and pursuing relationships with them when they were as young as 14 years old. While President Donald Trump endorsed Moore this week and the Republican National Committee reinstated financial support for him, he will immediately hit a wall in the Senate, as many Republicans noted.

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