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Sexual Misconduct / Franken, Conyers, Moore #1118197

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 26, 2017
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(West Palm Beach: Kelly O'Donnell) The first public statement to reporters from Senator Al Franken & from Representative John Conyers about sexual misconduct charges featured; details given about charges against Franken from Leeann Tweeden, the sexual harassment charges against Conyers that led to a settlement & the sex charges against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore. [FRANKEN - speaks about winning back trust & crossing the line with women; states he is going back to work.] [Representative Nancy PELOSI - calls Conyers an icon.] [On "This Week," Senator Tim SCOTT - says Moore should move on.] A tweet from President Trump critical of Moore's opponent Doug Jones quoted & his indirect endorsement of Moore noted.

(Studio: Kate Snow; Washington: Mark Murray) The Alabama Senate race & what happens if Moore wins, the Congressional issues of a tax reform plan & a spending bill & the sexual misconduct stories discussed.

Snow, Kate;
O'Donnell, Kelly;
Murray, Mark

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