- 07 December 2017
- by Jon Levine
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(D-MN) will resign from the Senate after facing over a half-dozen allegations of sexual misconduct. The move comes a day after he was denounced by more than a dozen of his Democratic Senate colleagues — including most of the Senate’s Democratic women. “I am announcing that in the coming weeks I will be resigning as a member of the United States Senate,” said Franken adding that an internal senate investigation would make him unable to properly serve his constituents. “It’s become clear that I cannot both pursue the ethics committee process and remain an effective member.” While it once.
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