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WATCH: Broaddrick, Willey Join Franken Accuser Demanding Resignation For Misconduct


A group of women who have allegedly have suffered from sexual misconduct or harassment visited Sen. Al Franken’s (D-Minn.) office Wednesday to ask him to resign.

Melanie Morgan, who is one of six women accusing Franken of misconduct, was joined by several accusers of former President Bill Clinton - Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey, and Leslie Millwee - in requesting a meeting with Franken to discuss his past actions.

The meeting didn’t happen.

The women are demanding that Franken and Rep. John Conyers (D-N.Y.) resign from office as well as requesting and end to the government pension provided to Bill Clinton.

You can watch a clip of them entering Franken’s office from their Periscope video which was live on Wednesday at the top of this page.


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