Bernie Sanders thinks Trump should consider resigning over sexual misconduct


Questions about the President's well-being were raised on Wednesday after he garbled the tail-end of a speech at the White House.

Sanders was walking off the podium after declaring a wrap on the briefing when she did an about face, returning to podium.

"I do know that I spent 12 days on the road with him in Asia, and despite the fact that he's a little bit older than me, he had twice the energy that I do, and I'm the one sick now and he's still going", Sanders said last week in response to an earlier question about the president's health. She called them "pretty ridiculous" -and yet worth breaking her "rules" over. "That will take place at Walter Reed, and those records will be released following that taking place".

Questions about the President's well-being were raised on Wednesday after he garbled the tail-end of a speech about moving the US embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

Wednesday's incident came after persistent questions about his weight, mental health and whether he wears dentures.

Sanders, a former Democratic presidential candidate, was referencing the infamous "Access Hollywood" tape that rattled but did not destroy Trump's presidential campaign. President George W. Bush's was first released August 4, 2001.

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The team of researchers associated with the study has displayed the nearly complete fossil of Australopithecus on Wednesday. The exact age of the skeleton remains a mystery, but it is believed to be around 3.67 million years old.

The announcement came one day after Trump slurred his speech during remarks about Israel, triggering an avalanche of speculation about his health.

"People have been impressed by my stamina, but to me it has been easy because I am truly doing something that I love", Trump added at the time.

"So I think he's in pretty good health", he said. "I really enjoy doing it", Trump said.

The commander in chief's powers to unleash nuclear armageddon understandably makes Americans concerned about their leader's health.

On Thursday morning, during an appearance on "CBS This Morning", Sanders was asked to weigh in on the sexual misconduct controversies embroiling the Senate right now.