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A prominent liberal journalist, whose work appeared in the Los Angeles Times and Newsday accused Minnesota sen. Al Franken on Wednesday, you may want to tap on a media-Affairs of the party during the tenure of President Barack Obama’s first inauguration in 2009.

In a longer piece for the Atlantic, journalist and radio presenter Tina Dupuy, the democratic senator interjected, “his hand on my waist and grabbed a handful of flesh…Then he is crushed. At least twice,” while the two posed for a photo at the party.

“Scared me,” Dupuy, had been married for two years at the time of the alleged sexual assaults, wrote in the Atlantic ocean. “It’s not the same, I was human, only ornamental. He said, ‘you are important—and I do.’ He didn’t want to showed it to COP a feel and he, he needed my permission.”

The party was hosted by Media Matters for America”, a progressive news watchdog Website, which is known for its aggressive criticism from conservative journalists and the media, including their “war against Fox News.”

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Dupuy will be the eighth woman to accuse Franken of unwanted sexual advances, and your allegations come only a day after another woman accused the two-term senator of the forcibly tried to kiss her after a taping of his radio show in 2006.

The Prosecutor said a voice to Politically under the condition of anonymity, the Swiss franc followed her, after her boss had left, and she collected her things.

She said Franken was trying 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.

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The support for the franc is quickly disappeared in the midst of the Assembly, the allegations of sexual misconduct with a majority to end Senate Democrats are calling on the two-term legislator.

Franken, the former comedian, who joined his name with “Saturday Night Live” faces a chorus of calls to step aside, and democratic U.S. senators said they expect to terminate their liberal colleagues.

“Enough is enough,” said Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand from New York. “We are drawing a line in the sand and say, no, it’s OK, none of this is acceptable, and we, as elected representatives, should absolutely be held to a higher standard.”

Although the writing appeared on the wall, Franks departure was safe. A tweet posted Wednesday evening on Swiss franc’s Twitter account, said: “Senator Franken is in conversation with his family, which is planning to this time, an announcement will be in DC tomorrow. All the reports are that a final decision will be inaccurate.”

A national conversation has intensified over sexual harassment, women in this autumn after the highly publicized case of movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, who was accused of many acts of sexual misconduct, including rape, by Actresses, and others. Only on Wednesday, Time magazine silence breakers” — women come to the front of named as its person of the year “, about sexual harassment.

The punishment was swift for executives in the areas of entertainment, media and sports, while the members of Congress have tried to survive the onslaught of accusations.

Swiss francs, ahead of a Senate ethics Committee investigation in the preceding claims of several other women he’s kissing you groped or tried to, forcibly.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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