Support of women lacking in one senator’s office

Actions do speak louder than words.

Although the 2020 election is a year and a half away, we are starting to get to know, bit by bit anyway, some of what’s important to the Democratic hopefuls.
    Isn’t it interesting, however, when one presidential hopeful had to deal with one of her key talking points in her own U.S. Senate office, it appears she failed to act.
    New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand has been behind sexual harassment reforms in congress and the U.S. military, and has called for resignations from then President Bill Clinton and fellow Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., after their problems with sexual issues. However, when a female worker in her own office complained of a fellow male worker’s unwanted advancements and alleged harassments, the male worker continued to work in her office.

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