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Democratic Donor Who Shunned Kirsten Gillibrand Over Al Franken Backs Kamala Harris
Susie Buell Tompkins decried Gillibrand's push for Franken to quit the Senate. But Harris also called for him to resign.
Stop Punishing Kirsten Gillibrand For Al Franken's Mistakes
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Democratic Party donors are furious at her for holding her male colleague accountable. Their anger is misplaced.
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Kirsten Gillibrand Pays The Price For Speaking Out Against Al Franken
But she's hitting back, saying if Democratic donor George Soros is truly mad at her, "that's on him."
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Al Franken Doesn't Rule Out Running For Office Again
He also said he missed his old job in his first interview since leaving the Senate.
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Sarah Silverman Sees No Reason Why Louis C.K. Can't Continue Being An Artist
"He’s my brother, so it’s hard. I may not have a very clear perspective on it, but I’m trying to.”
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Alleged Sexual Predators Don't Need Letters Of Support
The public defense of NBC's Tom Brokaw derails a much-needed conversation about sexual harassment and sends a dangerous message to employees.
Minnesota Woman Blamed For Al Franken's Fall Had Nothing To Do With It
Lindsey Port accused another man of harassment. But fellow Democrats say she "softened the ground" for Franken's resignation.
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Kirsten Gillibrand Only Regrets Not Calling For Al Franken To Quit Sooner
"He just wasn't entitled to my silence any longer," the New York senator says of her response to the sexual misconduct allegations her fellow Democrat faced.
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Michele Bachmann: God Didn't Call Me, So I'm Not Running For Senate
The Almighty did appear on a billboard telling her not to run, though.
Joy Behar Challenges Kirsten Gillibrand: Why'd You Push Out Al Franken?
“I just thought that was unfair to make him an example," Behar said. The senator had a lot to say in return.
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Senate Judiciary Committee Has 2 Black Members For First Time In Its History
Sen. Kamala Harris and Sen. Cory Booker will be the 200-year-old panel's second and third African-American members.
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Tina Smith Sworn In As Al Franken's Replacement In U.S. Senate
Minnesota joins just a handful of states represented by two female senators.
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Michele Bachmann Says She's Considering Running For Al Franken's Senate Seat
First, the former congresswoman needs heavenly approval.
Franken’s Farewell Ahead Of Resignation
Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) tearfully thanks his wife as he prepares to step down from office amid allegations of sexual misconduct.
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Al Franken Makes First Public Speech Since Announcing His Resignation
Franken is expected to resign on Jan. 2 amid multiple allegations of sexual misconduct.
Al Franken Uses Final Senate Speech To List Trump's Lies To The American People
"We're losing the war for truth."
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Franken, Unchained: Post-Resignation, He Is Trump’s Worst Nightmare
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I have been urging Senator Al Franken (D-MN) not to resign until the allegations against him are thoroughly vetted by the
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DNC Chair Tom Perez: 'Of Course' Trump Should Be Investigated For Sexual Misconduct
He said Republicans wouldn't think twice about investigating a Democratic president accused of the same conduct.
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Al Franken Will Leave Senate In Early January
The Democratic senator announced his plans to resign earlier this month in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations.
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Sen. Joe Manchin Says He's 'Moved On' From Trump Sexual Misconduct Allegations
Alabama’s Democratic Sen.-elect Doug Jones also urged Congress to "move on."
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Simple Book Helps Adult Men Answer Pressing Question: 'Where Does Your Penis Belong?'
Hint: We shouldn't see it.
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Minnesota To Replace Al Franken With Lt. Gov. Tina Smith
The state will be represented by two female senators.
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