President Trump Wants Congress To Release Names of Lawmakers Named In Sexual Harassment Suits

There are many Congressmen who have settled sexual harassment lawsuits in court. President Trump wants Congress to release their names to the public.

The sexual harassment problem with Congress is serious. How bad is the problem exactly? It so bad that some of the female lawmakers and aides keep a “creep list” of men who are notorious for their lewd behavior.

While speaking to Chuck Todd of MSNBC, Rep. Jackie Speier (D-CA) said that over $15 million in taxpayer money has been spent on sexual harassment lawsuits against Congress members.

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It’s time for some names!

Trey Yingst is a White House Correspondent for One America News. Today he tweeted, “NEW: President Trump tells me he believe Congress should release the names of lawmakers who have settled sexual harassment claims.”’

A big part of this started when the Congressional Office of Compliance released a year-by-year breakdown that showed harassment settlements and other awards without details. Check it out below.

President Trump Wants Congress To Release Names of Lawmakers Named In Sexual Harassment Suits

Monday evening it was revealed that Democrat Rep. John Conyers was accused by sexual harassment of multiple women and Americans are fired up about it. Per affidavits, Conyers used taxpayer dollars to fly women to DC so they could hook up with him in hotel rooms.

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