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McSally Won't Comment On Sexual Harassment Allegations Against GOP Members

Congresswoman Martha McSally says she’s not commenting on allegation of sexual harassment against politicians like Alabama senate candidate Roy Moore.

In a statement, McSally says, “This place is crawling with dirty old men, creeps and predators — it’s not my job to remove them all. It is my job to clean up the process and ensure that taxpayers aren’t paying for it.”

But the congresswoman isn’t weighing in on several specific accusations against members of her party, including those involving Roy Moore or Arizona Congressman Trent Franks who’s resigning because of a House Ethics Investigation into comments he made to staffers about being a surrogate for him and his wife.

But, speaking to Fox Business recently, McSally did say Democrat John Conyers should resign and called him a dirt bag.

“What he did was disgusting, we should have zero tolerance for sexual harassment, this looks like it’s a repetitive abuse of power toward his subordinates who trusted him," she said.

McSally has signed onto legislation that would prevent public funds from being used to settle claims of sexual harassment in Congress.

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