Democrats Won’t Like What Doug Jones Just Said About Trump

The newly elected Senator from Alabama, Doug Jones, has some advice for President Donald Trump. It was a surprising piece of advice that he gave. The advice will certainly not endear him to his Democrat colleges. 

The rationale that is used by Doug Jones is one that has been seen but never would have been voiced by the Trump resistance. There is a difference between what the President has experienced and what someone like Al Franken has received. The key fact is that the electorate was aware of the charges against Donald Trump and voted him into office anyway. That makes it a non-political issue. Just the opposite would be true if he had committed those offenses while in office.

As Written by Amber Randall for the Daily Caller:

Alabama Democratic Senator-elect Doug Jones believes that President Donald Trump should not step down from office over allegations of sexual harassment.

Jones, speaking,Sunday on CNN’s “State of The Union,” said he doesn’t think Trump should “resign at this point” because the public has been aware of the allegations because they emerged during the election.

“You know, Jake where I am on that right now is that those allegations were made before the election,” Jones told CNN anchor Jake Tapper. “And so people had an opportunity to judge before that election. I think we need to move on and not get distracted by those issues. Let’s get on with the real issues that are facing the people of this country right now.”

Jones won the special election for Attorney General Jeff Sessions‘ former Senate seat against his opponent Roy Moore, who was battling accusations of sexual misconduct with minors. With heavy support from Alabama black voters, Jones is the first Democratic senator to be elected from the state in about 25 years……..


Jones Says Its Time To Move On | The Daily Caller

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