Washington is still reeling from Senator Al Franken's decision to resign. He made the announcement on the Senate floor yesterday amid allegations from numerous women that he had sexually harassed them. During his speech, Senator Franken cited the irony that he was stepping down while Roy Moore was still running for a place in the U.S. Senate with the president's full support.

Rare Politics Editor Jack Hunter lays out the debate happening in Congress over issues of sexual harassment. He says that this is a far-reaching issue that clearly crosses party lines.

Senator Franken isn't the only member of Congress to resign this week due to allegations of sexual misconduct. Arizona Congressman Trent Franks resigned upon learning he was being investigated by the Congressional Ethics Committee. Hunter discusses how these resignations will impact the future of Congress.