"And we should all be willing to listen to them".
In Congress, Minnesota Democrat Al Franken and long-serving Michigan Democrat John Conyers both resigned under pressure from party leadership after multiple women accused them of unwanted advances. Mr Moore and his campaign have vociferously rejected those allegations as politically motivated falsehoods, saying: "I have never engaged in sexual misconduct". "And I think any woman who has felt violated or felt mistreated in any way, they have every right to speak up".
"Well, I mean, you know, the same thing, is women who accuse anyone should be heard".
When asked if Trump's win "settled" the matter, Haley responded: "You know, that's for the people to decide".
One of Trump's accusers, Summer Zervos, is taking action, however, pursuing a defamation lawsuit against the president for decrying her and others' accusations as lies.
America's ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, said she was "incredibly proud" of the women who have come forward so far.
"You know, that's for the people to decide", she replied.
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Haley added that the US remains committed to the peace process.
"The allegations or the accusations against the president were a part of the campaign, " Scott said.
Face the Nation host John Dickerson then asked her how people should "assess the accusers of the President"-and her answer might be surprising to those used to hearing her defend Trump. He might want to think about doing the same".
"The president should resign because he certainly has a track record with more than 17 women of horrific conduct, " Merkley said last week in an interview for the weekday version of "Meet the Press".
"He had the courage to show it and I think a lot of Americans are having a huge sigh of relief because of it. And we're going to support that process".
Trump denies all the allegations against him and previously threatened to take legal action against the women. "This is nothing more or less than a recognition of reality".
Trump was elected to the highest office despite a flurry of women accusing the NY billionaire of sexual misconduct and Trump himself boasting about grabbing women's genitals on an "Access Hollywood" tape.