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Doug Jones Thinks Congress Should 'Move On' From Trump's Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Doug Jones Thinks Congress Should 'Move On' From Trump's Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Doug Jones Thinks Congress Should 'Move On' From Trump's Sexual Misconduct Allegations
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"I don’t think the president ought to resign at this point."

Doug Jones' victory in Alabama this weekend against alleged pedophile Roy Moore has been widely celebrated as a huge blow to the Trump administration and a hopeful sign that the tide may be turning. But then Jones went and ruined it.

Related | Doug Jones Win Alabama Senate Race Against Roy Moore

During an appearance on CNN's State of the Union this weekend, Jones said that Congress need to stop focusing on the many allegations of sexual misconduct against the president.

''People had an opportunity to judge before that election," the newly elected senator said. "I think we need to move on and not get distracted by those issues. We'll see how things go."

21 women have so far accused the president of sexual misconduct...but according to Jones -- who won his election thanks to the efforts of black women -- the country already had the chance to take trump to task and instead elected him to the highest office in the country. It looks like we truly cannot have nice things.

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