“It seems like every day a new man is being accused of sexual misconduct. But not today. Today it’s the same man,” said Colbert in his opening monologue on The Late Show.
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Franken has been accused by a former Democratic congressional aide of trying to forcibly kiss her in 2006, after a taping of his radio show. According to POLITICO, the aide says Franken “pursued her after her boss had left the studio … The former staffer said she ducked to avoid Franken’s lips. As she hastily left the room, she said, Franken told her: ‘It’s my right as an entertainer.’” Read more…
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