Sexual harassment expert weighs in on Al Franken

Pablo Martinez Monsivais, Associated Press

Pablo Martinez Monsivais, Associated Press

President Donald Trump, whose experience in the realm of sexual harassment is well-documented, wasted little time Thursday addressing the bombshell reveal that Sen. Al Franken kissed and groped TV/radio personality Leeann Tweeden in 2006.

Utilizing his trademark grace and wit, Trump belched out the following: 

Setting aside the title misspelling and apparent plot misunderstanding of Frankenstein, Trump does bring intimate familiarity on the subject of sexual misconduct. 

At least 11 women have publicly accused the president of sexual harassment. And, of course, during last year's presidential campaign, the infamous 2005 Access Hollywood tape emerged of Trump bragging to host Billy Bush that, "When you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything. Grab ’em by the pussy." 

Even with his unique understanding of sexual misdeeds, Trump has yet to comment on Republican Roy Moore, the alleged child molester currently seeking a U.S. Senate seat in Alabama.