And the response from Democrats on the ground appears to be, "What about Trump?!"
Women Democrats in Congress hold a presser on Franken in light of another woman coming forward with charges of sexual misconduct against the Minnesota Senator.
"I've learned from recent stories that in some of those encounters, I crossed the line for some women -- and I know that any number is too many," he said.
Things do not look good for the Minnesota Democrat.
After Harvey Weinstein and all the others, why aren't we focusing on Trump's behavior?
Did Al Franken do something worthy of expulsion? There's the dilemma. I want women like Leeann Tweeden to be able to come forward without consequence to tell their stories. I want the men who abused them to feel their pain, to get it, to show us they've learned from these revelations
NBC's Megan Kelly called Trump "tone-deaf" after he ripped Sen. Al Franken on Twitter
It's a brave new world out there, but let's hold off on the torches and pitchforks until we understand the parameters.
Los Angeles talk radio host Leeann Tweeden posted a story accusing Sen. Al Franken of forcibly kissing and groping her. He apologized for the photo and the incident.
Al Franken can't believe that Facebook's massive intelligence data mining of its users skipped the part where election ad buys were coming from the Russians.