(WASHINGTON TIMES) Sen. Al Franken said he’s open to making the findings of his ethics committee investigation public on Monday, addressing reporters on Capitol Hill for the first time since facing a number of sexual harassment allegations.
“I have not worked with the ethics committee before, so I don’t know how that works, but I am certainly open to that. I am going to try to learn from my mistakes,” Mr. Franken told reporters.
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“I have been doing a lot of reflecting and I want to be someone who adds something to this conversation and I hope I could do that.”