Al Franken Worries Allegations Make It Hard For Donald Trump To Focus On His Message

Lisa de Moraes

Minnesota Sen. Al Franken stopped by NBC’s Late Night on its final night in Washington D.C. to urge Seth Meyers’ fans to vote on November 8.

Meyers asked Franken about GOP candidate Donald Trump’s remarks in that Access Hollywood tape about being able to grope women with impunity, and  Trump’s Debate 2 assertion that it was just “locker room talk.”

“I’ve been in a lot of locker rooms. I belong to a heath club in Minneapolis – you can tell,” Franken joked. “Our locker room banter is stuff like, ‘Is Trump crazy?’”

“So I don’t know what locker room – he may work out with Roger Ailes.”

“But I think these stories are going to make it hard for Trump to focus on his message that he knows nothing about public policy.

“I worry about that,” Franken told Meyers.


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