In response to the allegations that Donald Trump sexually assaulted two women, Harry Hartfield, spokesperson for the Democratic Party of Wisconsin, released the following statement:
“These new allegations go far beyond ‘locker room talk,’ and Wisconsinites deserve to know whether Senator Johnson can support a candidate for President of the United States who allegedly assaulted two women? If Senator Johnson stands by Trump after these allegations he will have sunk to a new low in his desperate attempt to stay in Washington.”
Here are questions Senator Johnson needs to answer about his support for Trump:
- Will Senator Johnson vote for Donald Trump to be the next commander-in-chief?
- Does he think Trump's behavior is acceptable for a candidate for President of the United States?
- Will Johnson campaign with Trump on Monday in Wisconsin?
- Given his decision to stand by Trump, Johnson needs to answer why he opposed the Violence Against Women Act and called it "divisive."