We're sure Senator Al Franken wants to save his job and his reputation, but this excuse and new "statement" denying sexual assault allegations is just… pathetic. As we've been reporting, several women have come forward to accuse the Senator from Minnesota of unwanted touching and groping at various points throughout his political career, and it's what [...]
Al Franken has issued another apology after more women came forward with allegations of misconduct. Lindsay Menz alleges that the Minnesota senator groped her during a photo op at the Minnesota State Fair in 2010, Leeann Tweeden claims that Franken stuck his tongue in her mouth during a 2006 USA ... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Al Franken
Minnesota Senator Al Franken says he committed to regaining the trust of his constituents and, while noting that he’s had thousands of photographs taken “in crowded and chaotic situations,” he “crossed a line for some women.” “Some women...Show More Summary
Al Franken is speaking out in a new apology after being accused of sexual misconduct by several women. The Senator from Minnesota has received support over the past week from his former Saturday Night Live co-stars, who expressed that they never experienced any form of harassment from Franken. In the new apology, Franken says that [...]
Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) issued a third apology to his constituents Thursday in response to the sexual assault allegations against him. Last week, radio host Leeann Tweeden provided photographic evidence revealing how Franken took advantage of her on a 2006 USO tour. The image showed him smiling while pretending to grab her breasts while she […]
Appearing on CNN’s New Day, conservative Ben Ferguson said he had concerns about the “moral character” of Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore and Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) and said they should step aside — but gave President Donald Trump a pass. Appearing with host Chris Cuomo...
Senator Al Franken is clearly trying to save his job, but his answer to the various women who have accused him of sexual assault/harassment is sketchy... he says he just likes to hug a lot. Franken issued a statement on Thanksgiving Day,…
(Scott Johnson) From a bunker somewhere in Washington, Minnesota Senator Al Franken issued a statement yesterday all but acknowledging the misconduct of which he has been charged this week and declaring that he’s not going anywhere. He’s sorry. Show More Summary
Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) told the Minneapolis Star Tribune that he plans to stay in the U.S. Senate despite sexual misconduct allegations against him by four women and will try to win back Minnesotans’ trust. Franken said that he “feels [...]
Aides reportedly says senator has no plans to resign over sexual allegations.
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Senator Al Franken is in a world of trouble. The Democrat lawmaker is being accused by two more women of inappropriate touching. Four women in total have accused Franken of sexual misconduct. Huffington Post reports: The first woman,...Show More Summary
Two more women, on Wednesday, accused Sen. Al Franken of inappropriate touching while at public events with the Democratic senator from Minnesota, according to a HuffPost report. The allegations come days after 33-year-old Lindsay Menz...Show More Summary
The comedian isn't a fan of the senator, but doesn't think his career should be over, either.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Two women are alleging that Minnesota Democratic U.S. Sen. Al Franken touched their buttocks during events for his first campaign for Senate. The women spoke to Huffington Post on condition of anonymity. The womenShow More Summary
United States Senator Al Franken is facing further accusations of groping women after two additional women came forward and told their stories to the Huffington Post. The misconduct allegations described by both women allegedly occurred during Franken’s successful 2008 campaign, which was the...
A new KSTP/SurveyUSA poll in Minnesota finds that just 22% of Minnesotans surveyed said Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) should remain in office. Another 33% say he should resign, while 36% say he should wait for results of a Senate Ethics [....
Here’s the thing about Al Franken. Make that things. Some people loved seeing Franken on Saturday Light Live. Some didn’t. Some people love how Franken has represented his fellow Minnesotans and Americans as a U.S. Senator for the Democratic Party. Some hate him for it. I’ve only spoken to him once, on the phone, interviewing […]
Half of Democrats believe Sen. Al Franken should resign. Franken has rebuffed calls to leave office, instead agreeing to an ethics investigation in the Senate amid allegations of sexual harassment. Nearly half of all Democratic voters said Sen. Show More Summary
Multiple allegations of sexual harassment have turned Minnesotans against senator Al Franken, according to a poll conducted by KSTP and SurveyUSA. The pollsters found that only 22 percent of 600 Minnesotans surveyed said he should remain in office. Show More Summary