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After Schneiderman resignation, where are NH Republicans on Trump?


Concord, N.H. - Today, Eric Schneiderman resigned his post as New York's Attorney General amidst allegations of sexual assault. Late Monday, Governor Andrew Cuomo called on Schneiderman to resign, begging the question: Why haven't New Hampshire Republicans condemned the president of their own party, Donald Trump, based on similar allegations of sexual assault and misconduct by 15 different women? NHDP Chair Ray Buckley issued the following statement: "How can New Hampshire Republicans earn the trust and respect of Granite Staters if they are not even willing to stand up to a sexual assaulter in their midst? Chris Sununu and Andy Sanborn, Eddie Edwards and Stewart Levenson, Lynne Blankenbeker and Steve Negron have all pledged their loyalty and support to Trump, a 15-time accused sexual assaulter. Their tacit endorsement of Trump's worst behavior won't be tolerated by New Hampshire voters. When will they finally condemn Trump for his inexcusable behavior?"

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