Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) recently sat down with MSNBC to speak about President Trump and the House of Representatives.
Willie Geist of MSNBC asked if Trump should resign due to the sexual assault accusations place on him.
Gillibrand believes that Trump should indeed resign, but if he doesn’t, the House “will hold him accountable” in office.
“He’s got over a dozen credible allegations of sexual assault and harassment. But then you can add to that everything else,” Gillibrand said. “This president has, again, torn at the fabric of who we are as a country and I think he is being held accountable right now by the electorate. The fact that all these voters have been marching and protesting since he was elected and then took it to the ballot box in 2018. That’s why 2018 was an important election for all of us. It was a wake up for America to fight for what you believe in and to restore our democracy to its foundings.”
“I think this election was about creating oversight and accountability over this president and what he’s done in office.”