Grothman Expects More Resignations Over Sexual Harassment Allegations

There will be more ousters from Congress for members suspected of sexual harassment. Congressman Glenn Grothman was recently one of 15 cosigners of a letter to the Chairman and Ranking Member of the Committee on House Administration. The letter asked to disclose the members of Congress who have settled sexual harassment claims using taxpayer dollars through the Office of Compliance.  He feels those payments will be exposed and those members of Congress should resign. President Trump has also been accused of sexual harassment in his past. Grothman says those allegations were politically motivated before the election. Grothman notes three Congressmen and one Senator have or are resigning because of sexual harassment claims. He expects that number to grow to 10 to 15 members of the House.