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Is it also fair to investigate this president and the allegations of sexual misconduct made against him by more than a dozen women?>> Look, I think that this was covered at pretty extensively during the campaign. We addressed that then. The American people, I think spoke very loud and clear when they elected this president.
>> Then how is this different?>> I think in one case specifically, Senator Franken has admitted wrong doing and the president hasn't. I think that's a very clear distinction.>> There are some critics who have said it was hypocritical of the president to tweet about Al Franken in that way weigh in on Roy Moore.
>> He has weighed on Roy Moore. He did it while he was on a foreign trip in Asia. I did it repeatedly yesterday. In fact, I took about 15 questions on that topic and only one on Al Franken. So to suggest that this White House, and specifically that this President, hasn't weighed in is just inaccurate and wrong.
He weighed in. He said, if the allegations are true he should step aside. He also weighed in when he supported the RNC's decision to withdraw resources from the state of Alabama. It's just a simply inaccurate statement to make about the President.