Al Franken apologized again for allegations he inappropriately touched multiple women over the years.
Democratic senator from Minnesota addresses allegations of sexual misconduct, apologizes.
In this May 3, 2017, photo, Senate Judiciary Committee member Sen. Al Franken listens on Capitol Hill in Washington as FBI Director James Comey testified before the committee on oversight of the FBI. (Carolyn Kaster / AP). Associated Press…
The Minnesota senator addresses reporters at the Capitol amid allegations that he groped several women
The Senate Democrat, responding to allegations that he inappropriately touched women, said he will work to regain voters’ trust.
Sen. Al Franken, the Democrat from Minnesota accused of sexual harassment, says he's sorry, but reiterated he would not resign from the Senate.
In his first public appearance since allegations surfaced, Democratic senator said he was ‘tremendously sorry’ and would work to regain public’s trust
Franken vowed to regain the trust of his supporters amid sexual misconduct accusations