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FULL STORY: Investigation finds 20 allegations against Kevin Spacey from his time as artistic director at London's Old Vic theatre https://t.co/VdgaYCnHJr— NBC News (@NBCNews) November 16, 2017
"Breaking News: A woman accused Al Franken of kissing and groping her without consent in 2006. He issued an apology. https://t.co/83QJFZYCAb"Read more from Twitter
"Franken groping accuser says she accepts his apology https://t.co/pfqAm2ogwp"Read more from Twitter
"64 percent of women scientists say they've been sexually harassed doing fieldwork https://t.co/hu3KaL7KVm"Read more from Twitter
"A brief guide to the 17 women Trump has allegedly assaulted, groped or harassed: https://t.co/JG4ZOzB3e2 https://t.co/5BUuvFicP8"Read more from Twitter
If the Senate probes Franken—and they should, given the allegation made today of his conduct in '06—will they ALSO investigate the NINETEEN CLAIMS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT against the President?— Seth Abramson (@SethAbramson) November 16, 2017
We can't have a serial sexual assailant in the White House.
Please RETWEET if you agree. pic.twitter.com/EE4mamA8ZM
There are at least sixteen women in America today who Donald Trump sexually assaulted. They have names. Their stories deserve a spotlight. https://t.co/CTPvcbyor5— Matt McDermott (@mattmfm) November 17, 2017
"Chilling stories of sexual harassment and assault in restaurants -- the most comprehensive report I've read on this so far. https://t.co/UsAOSNNDVz"Read more from Twitter
Leanne Tweeden walked behind the guitar player and grabbed his buttocks while he was playing.— Pesach 'Pace' Lattin ? (@pacelattin) November 19, 2017
Turns out someone was very feely the entire USO tour and it wasn't Al Franken.
This is a setup.#AlFranken pic.twitter.com/BFmvzFia7c
shit... Charlie Rose, too?
The alleged incidents took place with employees, interns and job applicants at the "Charlie Rose" show.Read more from Washington Post