Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vermont, says the U.S. needs a “cultural revolution” to change the way women are treated, reiterating his call for the resignation of, D-Minnesota, over new sexual misconduct allegations. He spoke about why he now believes Franken should step down on “CBS This Morning” on Thursday.
Sanders joined thefrom the Senate after previously saying it should be up to the people of Minnesota to decide his fate. Asked about his change of heart, Sanders said, “I think the additional evidence that came forward but I think what we have got to recognize as a nation, that this is a problem impacting not only high profile men.”
“What I worry about right now as I speak is that in restaurants, in offices all over this country where you have bosses that are not famous, there is harassment, women are being intimidated, and we need a cultural revolution in this country,” he said.
Sanders said the current national conversation should include a “woman’s right to control her own body,” saying that the U.S. has “a lot of work to do to protect women’s equality in this country.”
Source: CBS ( EMILY TILLETT)
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