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But he said, "I will give," and said, "I will accept,"' he added.
In fact, he was nervous when he said it; it was a pathetic delivery.
Bill Maher (L) tweeted out a re-enactment featuring Bill Saget (R) of the now-infamous photo of former Democratic US Senator Al Franken appearing to grope a sleeping female reporter, in the early morning hours on Thursday The photo Maher tweeted on Thursday included this message:'These New Years Hawaii trips are getting weird - Saget, forgive me!
Franken's photo with Tweeden was taken during a 2006 USO tour in Afghanistan, while Tweeden slept.
In mid-November when the photo surfaced, Tweeden also accused Franken of forcibly kissing her during the same tour.
I hope you'll follow along here, because I'm ready to get to work.'Franken gave one in a series of farewell speeches on December 7 on Capitol Hill, thanking his family and friends, while lambasting the president and his administration for what he called 'lies.'His 40 minute speech tore into Trump and his fellow Republicans on a number of issues from treatment of LGBT rights to health care and the middle class.'During his inaugural address, President Trump vowed that "the forgotten men and women of our country will be forgotten no longer,"' Franken said.'But the Republican tax bill represents a slap in the face to those forgotten men and women. Smith will serve Minnesotans and all Americans well,' Franken said.
I guess the president forgot about them.' Franken, who confirmed on December 20 his officially stepping down date of January 2, again praised his successor, former Minnesota Lt. AOL News reported Franken concluded his resignation speech on a positive note:'Politics is about the improvement of people's lives,' Franken said. And they fill me with hope for our future.'The 66-year-old former comedian had been seen as a rising star in the Democratic Party but he had faced growing calls from fellow Senate Democrats to step down, following allegations of inappropriate touching made by multiple women At the time of Franken's December announcement of his impending resignation, Sen.