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Sexual Misconduct / Men With Power / Franken / Tweeden Interview / A Discussion #1118004

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Nov 16, 2017
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(Studio: John Berman) The charge of sexual assault against Senator Al Franken during a USO tour in 2006 re introduced. [Senators Catherine Cortez MASTO†, Deb FISCHER†- criticize his conduct.] Live discussion held with CNN's Bakari Sellers, Gloria Borger, Abby Phillip & Ed Martin about Franken & Roy Moore. [BORGER, PHILLIP, MARTIN, SELLERS - offer views an ethics committee investigation, what Senator Kirsten Gillebrand said in the "New York Times" about how President Bill Clinton should have resigned, the issue of President Trump's behavior with women in the past,]
Berman, John

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