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Al Franken, said the resignation of several female Democratic colleagues after the sixth woman accused him of sexual misconduct

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Two more women accuse the Democratic senator from Minnesota from sexual misconduct; to give democratic U.S. senators call for Swiss francs; Peter Doocy reports from Capitol Hill.

A growing group of Democratic senators on Wednesday, sen. Al Franken demanded to resign in the Wake of the multiple sexual misconduct complaints against the Minnesota legislator.

Sens. Claire McCaskill, Maggie Hassan, Kirsten Gillibrand, Patty Murray, Mazie K. Hirono, Kamala Harris, Debbie Stabenow, Tammy Baldwin and Heidi Heitkamp were among the women that go for the Franks.

Faced with multiple calls to resign, Franken’s office announced that he will be a announcement on Thursday.

His colleagues should not do the mouth, what you thought he was.

“I think the best thing to do is for Senator Franken to step down.”

. Kamala Harris, D-Calif.

“Sexual harassment and misconduct should not be allowed, by anyone, and should not occur anywhere. I think the best thing to do is for Senator Franken to step down,” Harris, D-Calif., said.

Hassan, D-N. H., tweeted, “It is clear that Al Franken has in a pattern of egregious and unacceptable behavior towards women. He should resign.”

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-NY

Late Wednesday, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., said Franken step should be down.

“I think it is Senator Franken a dear friend and great respect for his services,” Schumer said in a statement, but he has a higher obligation to his electorate and to the Senate, and he should be down immediately.”

“I agree with my colleagues who are stepping forward today and called on the Senator Franken to resign,” Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa., tweeted. “We can’t just believe that women, if it is convenient.”

Sr., Kamala Harris, D-Dalif.

Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, said he “listened to my female colleagues to the women I work with, and the women in my life. And I agree, the time has come for Senator Franken to step aside.”

The largest newspaper in Swiss francs, the home state, the Minneapolis Star Tribune, for his resignation is referred to in an editorial, saying: “No senator can only function effectively when he has lost the trust of so many colleagues.”

Swiss francs political career is in danger, because California, radio station Leeann Tweeden posted a blog about how the democratic senator kissed and groped you without your consent in the year 2006.

Tweeden posted a blog with Details about the alleged incident and also on Twitter, a picture shows a grinning Swiss francs, stood over her while she sleeps, his hands on her Breasts.

Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo.

Franc has since apologized, but the other allegations that surfaced from five other women, since Tweeden claims.

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-NY, wrote on Facebook that, while the Swiss franc is entitled to have the ethics Commission, in his criticism, “I think it would be better for our country, if he leave a clear message that any kind of mistreatment of women in our society are not acceptable by a step aside to serve someone else.”

Further allegations arose on Wednesday with a woman accused of the Franks, tried forcibly to kiss her – this time after a taping of his radio show in 2006.

The woman, who spoke to Politico, claims the Minnesota Democrat followed her, after her boss had left, and she collected her things. The woman was in her 20s at the time.

The Prosecutor that was not the case, said franc tried to kiss her, but she ducked. Franken, a former “Saturday Night Live” cast member, who was a host on the now-defunct “Air America” radio network at the time, allegedly followed her to say it was his “right as an artist.”

“He was between me and the door, and he came up to me, to kiss me,” she said Politically. “It was very fast and I think, to work my brain had to be really hard, like” Wait, what happened?’ But I knew that what happened was not right and I ducked.”

The call for Franken to step down, a day after Rep. John Conyers, D-Mich., in the relaxation behavior after numerous allegations of sexual misconduct against him.

In Alabama, more women in the Senate, Republican candidate Roy Moore of the sexual misconduct have accused, if you are a teenager, including one that said she was harassed for 14, than Moore.

Moore denies the allegations.

President Trump – who has had several allegations of sexual harassment against himself, if she runs for President – has endorsed Moore.

The Republican National Committee is also supporting him.

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