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Sexual Misconduct / Franken, Conyers #1118179

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 26, 2017
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(Studio: Tom Llamas) Report introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Gloria Riviera) The first public statement to reporters from Senator Al Franken & from Representative John Conyers about sexual misconduct charges featured; details given about charges Franken groped women at the state fair. [FRANKEN - says this has been embarrassing; comments on the Leeann Tweeden photo.] [Accuser Lindsay MENZ - describes what happened.] [Former Conyers staffer Melanie CROWE - comments on Conyers.] A statement from Conyers denying the allegations quoted. [On "Meet the Press," Representative Nancy PELOSI - says we are strengthened by the process; calls Conyers an icon.] Pelosi's position on Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore discussed.

Llamas, Tom;
Riviera, Gloria

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