Democrats face hot-potato politics of sexual predation, too

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Democrats face hot-potato politics of sexual predation, too

Manuel Balce Ceneta/Associated Press file

Former President Bill Clinton speaks at a symposium in Georgetown University in Washington. Democrats have been quick to support the “me too” chorus of women – and some men – who have stepped up to allege sexual misconduct and name names. But now “me too” stains the Democrats, too, putting them in an awkward place as they calibrate how forcefully to respond.
Conyers
Franken

Democrats face hot-potato politics of sexual predation, too

Manuel Balce Ceneta/Associated Press file

Former President Bill Clinton speaks at a symposium in Georgetown University in Washington. Democrats have been quick to support the “me too” chorus of women – and some men – who have stepped up to allege sexual misconduct and name names. But now “me too” stains the Democrats, too, putting them in an awkward place as they calibrate how forcefully to respond.
Conyers
Franken