Note how the NBC female anchor tried the bait and switch suggesting the President Trump has sexual problems of his own.
No sourcing, just a zinger.
This type of “Reporting,” deserves a retaliatory law suit by Trump against NBC and it’s reporter.
It’s not at all that I’m unsympathetic of these woman, but where were the complaints before 15 minutes of fortune and fame became of the game.
There are statutes of limitations on many crimes, rape among them.
This isn’t rape and often falls into the category of “He said, she said allegations.
A solution would be tor create a statue of limitation upon those he may be committing slander and getting away with it.
Once again his accuser LeeAnne Tweeden was a little late to the dance in coming out with her allegations.
“I’m nice and and people like me,” Guess what dude that’s no longer the case.
Did Franken in some way piss of Hillary?
If so, look for him to be filling a body bag as soon as he is voted out of office.
Perhaps The Washington came of with more fake news, the thinking was this could lead to some honest reporting, but I wouldn’t bet the farm on it unless it had a dry well.
After we published this column, Minnesota Public Radio announced it was terminating its contracts with Garrison Keillor due to “allegations of his inappropriate behavior with an individual who worked with him.”
The Post takes allegations of this kind seriously and is seeking more information about them.