Democratic Senator Says Bill Clinton Should Have Resigned

Democratic Senator Says Bill Clinton Should Have Resigned

Democratic Senator Says Bill Clinton Should Have Resigned

Kirsten Gillibrand for saying on Thursday that Bill Clinton should've resigned after his relationship with an intern was revealed during his presidency.

Gillibrand joined both Bill and Hillary Clinton previous year as she campaigned on behalf of Hillary Clinton's bid for the White House. Kirsten Gillibrand "was trying to say" when she suggested this week former President Bill Clinton should have stepped down over his affair with Monica Lewinsky that tarnished his presidency.

"Yes, I think that is the appropriate response", Gillibrand, who first paused and then responded, according to the Times.

"Over 20 yrs you took the Clintons' endorsements, money, and seat", he wrote on Twitter. He was later acquitted of the charges in the Senate and remained in office.

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"Yes, I think that is the appropriate response", Gillibrand said when asked by The New York Times whether Clinton should have resigned as president when his sexual encounters with White House intern Monica Lewinsky were revealed nearly two decades ago.

Her comments came during a panel conversation about the countless women who are speaking out and sharing stories about alleged sexual harassments and sexual assaults they have encountered while working in various industries, including politics.

Reines, long a part of the Clintons' inner circle, played Donald Trump during the Democratic nominee's mock debates.

Ken Starr was the independent counsel who probed Bill Clinton during the Lewinsky scandal and Whitewater investigation.

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The issue of sexual harassment and inappropriate relationships in the workplace has dominated the national discussion in wake of bombshell allegations in Hollywood and media circles.

After allegations surfaced that Franken forcibly kissed and groped without consent a radio host during a 2006 USO tour, for which he swiftly apologized, Gillibrand again put party loyalty to one side to condemn her colleague's actions.

"In my adult life, politically, no one has inspired me to get off the sidelines and truly make a difference more than Hillary Clinton has", Ms. Gillibrand said past year in an essay on why she was supporting Mrs. Clinton. She also introduced the "Me Too Congress Act" on Thursday to address yearslong and rampant sexual misconduct on Capitol Hill.

On Thursday, Gillibrand announced that she would donate $12,500 she received from Franken's political action committee to Protect Our Defenders, a group working to end rape and sexual assault in the US armed forces, the Hill reported.

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