Call Congress to investigate 45’s sexual misconduct.
This Tuesday, the women of the House Democratic Caucus stood to call for an investigation into allegations of 45 engaging in sexual misconduct. By the end of the day, more than half of the 193-member Democratic Caucus had gone on record supporting an investigation into these accusations. Today’s #DailyRevolution is to call on Congress to open an investigation into these allegations against 45.
The allegations against 45 were brought to the public’s attention during his campaign last year, and are regaining traction in light of the recent resignations of Senator Al Franken (D-MN), Rep. John Conyers Jr. (D-MI), and Rep. Trent Franks (R-AZ) after accusations of their sexual misconduct. On Monday, three of the (many) women who have accused 45 of sexual harassment and assault once again called on Congress to take action.
Today, voice your support for these women and tell Congress to hold the White House to the same moral standards they are setting for themselves because... #TrumpToo.
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Hi, my name is [NAME], and I’m from [CITY/STATE/ZIP]. I’m calling to urge [Senator/Rep. NAME] to call for an investigation into the allegations of sexual misconduct committed by President Trump. I’m grateful to the Democrats who called on Al Franken to step down in response to sexual harassment allegations brought upon him, but we can’t stop there. The #MeToo movement has shown us all the prevalence of this issue and reminds us that a sexual predator does not belong in the White House.
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Trump Sexual Misconduct Accusations Repeated by Several Women - The New York Times