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Donald Trump in "sexist" row over sexual misconduct allegations
The New York lawmaker, who has become a prominent voice on sexual misconduct, credited the "Me Too" movement as inspiring women to publicly come forward with their stories of abuse.
She later shared video footage of a press conference in which she described Trump's tweets as a "sexist smear".
"This exchange is likely to be pure political profit for Sen". It's the very idea of a "slut" that Warren and the identitarian left reject. But that's not what Trump was thinking. Donald Trump, the man, on the other hand, is uniquely awful.
Gillibrand called the tweet a "sexist smear", and it was widely slammed as another tawdry attack by the president, who has been criticized before for targeting prominent women including TV news journalists Megyn Kelly and Mika Brzezinski. Trump, a Republican, has denied the allegations. "I don't. But, yes, I do think he should resign". "I think what he has done is unacceptable".
The president's broadside against Gillibrand is among a number of reasons putting a spotlight on Trump's suspected sexual probing and harassment of women that was a major operation controversy.
"I think he is admitting that he's participating in a rigged system", Sanders said. Millions more saw cable or network news reports on her dust-up with Trump.
USA Today's editorial board also took an usual step ahead of the presidential election, writing that it "has never taken sides in the presidential race". The obvious reason is that the media is obsessed with Trump.
The late-night host diverted attention to First Lady Melania Trump, who is using her platform to promote an anti-cyberbullying campaign.
Gillibrand, who is up for a second full term in the Senate in 2018, said in February that she didn't plan to run for president in 2020.
Gillibrand also responded to the President directly through Twitter on Tuesday.
"President Trump has committed assault, according to these women, and those are very credible allegations of misconduct and criminal activity, and he should be fully investigated and he should resign", Gillibrand said on CNN.
Echoing her comments to reporters Tuesday, Gillibrand accused Trump of trying to shut her down after she had called for an investigation into the multiple sexual harassment and assault allegations against him.
Sanders called Gillibrand a "puppet for Chuck Schumer" - the Empire State's senior senator and Democrats' senate leader. "That's disgusting. Now let's go back to talking about Trump supporting a serial teen-squeezer". He has refused to release his tax returns, with the absurd excuse that it's because he is under audit.
Although USA Today did not endorse his challenger Hillary Clinton, it told their readers to vote "just not for Donald Trump".
By Wednesday, five other Democratic senators had joined her call.
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