Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., said he was "embarrassed and ashamed" for sexual misconduct allegations in his first interview in eight days.
Breaking an eight-day silence, the Minnesota senator says he needs to regain trust of those he’s let down.
Democratic Sen. Al Franken, in his first press conference since allegations surfaced of sexual misconduct, said Monday that he was “sorry” but hopes to regain the public’s trust and confidence by getting “back to work.”
Sen. Al Franken spoke publicly for the first time following multiple allegations of sexual misconduct that have been brought against him. In an interview with Minnesota Public Radio, Franken called the experience of the past few weeks …
The Minnesota senator broke an eight-day silence.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota Sen. Al Franken said he feels “embarrassed and ashamed” amid allegations that he groped several women, but said…
Al Franken said he’ll be back at work, even as he said he remains “embarrassed and ashamed” over harassment allegations.
Minnesota Sen. Al Franken spoke publicly about the sexual harassment allegations against him Sunday, expressing shame and embarrassment, but remaining committed to his work in Congress.