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Sen. Al Franken spoke publicly for the first time following multiple allegations of sexual misconduct that have been brought against him. In an interview with Minnesota Public Radio, Franken called the experience of the past few weeks "embarrassing" and "difficult," yet asserted "We have to listen to women and respect what they say."