Bill Clinton’s accusers Juanita Broaddrick and Kathleen Willey stormed Democrat Senator Al Franken’s D.C. office Wednesday, demanding the beleaguered lawmaker resign over multiple sexual harassment allegations against him. Reporter Melanie Morgan, a Franken accuser, joined Broaddrick and Willey.
Your Voice America radio host Ann Vandersteel periscoped Clinton’s accusers storming into Franken’s office.
Before traveling into Franken’s office, Vandersteel asks Wiley how she feels about demanding the lawmaker’s resignation.
“I’ve been looking forward to this moment, since the moment all of this was announced, and since Melanie put this together. It’s a great moment,” said Willey.
“I don’t think we’ll get anywhere, but at least we can say we were here,” added Willey.
Morgan then leads the women into Senator Franken’s office and walks up to the front desk to introduce herself as one of the five women who has accused Franken of sexual harassment.
At the women’s request, Franken’s secretary calls the lawmaker to the office lobby — but the Senator doesn’t show.
After a few minutes of waiting for Franken, Morgan shouts, “Don’t be a coward, come out and talk to us!”
“Speak to us! We have something to say to you!”, Morgan says.
Franken’s staff then tell the women that he’s busy and will not have time to meet with them, prompting Morgan to describe allegations against the then-comedian. Senator Franken allegedly stalked Morgan after they dissented on the OMB’s budget numbers during a taping of ABC’s late night show Politically Incorrect in 2000.
Capitol Hill police then show up to Franken’s office, directing the group of women leave.
“This is a place of business,” the officers say.
Morgan leaves her business card for Senator Al Franken to call her back to discuss his resignation. The women then exited the office.
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