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Incoming Top Naval Officer Will Retire Amid Ethics Scrutiny

July 8, 2019
Nancy Youssef, Gordon Lubold | The Wall Street Journal
Adm. William Moran, who was to take over as the Navy’s top officer this summer, is instead stepping down over his association with a former naval officer who had been investigated more than two years ago for inappropriate conduct, U.S. military officials said.
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Joe Biden Expresses Regret to Anita Hill, but She Says ‘I’m Sorry’ Is Not Enough

April 26, 2019
Sheryl Gay Stolberg, Carl Hulse | The New York Times
Joe Biden knew Anita Hill was going to be an issue for him. So a few weeks ago, as he prepared for his presidential announcement, he reached out to her through an intermediary and arranged a telephone call, hoping to assuage her. It did not go how he had hoped.
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Another woman accuses Joe Biden of touching inappropriately: "We rubbed noses"

April 2, 2019
Ed O'Keefe | CBS News
Former Vice President Joe Biden has not responded to another claim that he touched a woman inappropriately. A woman who used to work for a Connecticut congressman says Biden rubbed his nose against hers at a fundraiser nearly 10 years ago.
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Biden faces new scrutiny from Dems over behavior with women

April 1, 2019
Julie Pace, Thomas Beaumont | Associated Press
Former Vice President Joe Biden on Sunday defended his interactions with women, saying he doesn’t believe he’s ever acted inappropriately. But a Nevada politician’s assertion that Biden’s kiss on the back of her head made her feel uncomfortable prompted some Democrats to question whether the 76-year-old is too out of step with his own party to run a successful 2020 presidential campaign.
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Trump mocks Christine Blasey Ford's testimony, tells people to 'think of your son'

October 3, 2018
Jeff Zeleny, Allie Malloy, Kate Sullivan | CNN
President Donald Trump for the first time directly mocked Christine Blasey Ford's testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee by casting doubt on her testimony during a campaign rally.
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Manchin on Franken: 'I definitely think he should not resign'

December 18, 2017
Jeff Zeleny | CNN
Sen. Joe Manchin said Monday fellow Sen. Al Franken should not resign in the wake of allegations of sexual misconduct. Manchin, a West Virginia Democrat, told CNN's "New Day" that Franken should have remained in the Senate and proceeded through an ethics review.
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