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

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

"We have a president of the United States who acknowledged on a tape widely seen all over the country that he's assaulted women", he said, referring to the 2005 "Access Hollywood" tape leaked previous year.

President Trump will be examined at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center next year, and records from his physical will be released, Trump's top spokeswoman said Thursday. Al Franken (D-MN), who has now confirmed his resignation.

"If elected, Mr. Trump, I can state unequivocally, will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency", Dr. Harold Bornstein, who had been Trump's primary physician since 1980, wrote in the December 2015 letter, which offered few specifics. As more allegations were reported yesterday, allegations that Sen.

Susan O'Connor, a member from Wisconsin, also gathered about 157,000 signatures on her petition demanding that Congress and the Justice Department launch probes. "I want men to know they're going to be held accountable".

In September 2016, during the general election campaign, Trump released a doctor's note that included some medical information. The senator from Vermont also expressed his concerns about sexual assault and sexual harassment in the country.

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Appearing on CBS This Morning, Sanders was asked why there is growing pressure on Franken to resign while Republican Roy Moore has not been forced to pull out of the U.S. Senate race in Alabama. Moore has been accused by nine women of sexual misconduct or worse.

"He does have a physical scheduled for the first part of next year", Sanders added.

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

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

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