Congresswoman says two members of Congress "have engaged in sexual harassment"
CBS News - November 14, 2017
Jackie Speier, D-California, said that "there are two members of Congress" who "have engaged in sexual harassment" during a House Administration Committee hearing Tuesday morning. CBS News' Weijia Jiang reports..
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