Female senators asked Al Franken to resign. The GOP could learn something from their example.

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The nation’s capital is not where most Americans look for leadership on sexual harassment and assault. 

President Donald Trump’s aides, supporters, and even the Republican party still insist he never committed sexual assault, despite the fact that more than a dozen women have shared credible evidence to the contrary — and he admitted to such predatory behavior on a hot mic. And let’s not forget how, back in the 1990s, liberals helped shield Bill Clinton from accusations of sexual assault by questioning the motives of women who came forward with harrowing stories.  

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