Former Sen. Al Franken said he did not rule out the possibility of running for office again in his first sit-down interview since leaving his seat amid a sexual harassment scandal.
In an interview with a Minnesota CBS affiliate, the Democrat from Minnesota said he missed working in the Senate.
“I miss the whole job. I loved that job, I loved the job as Senator. … It was very meaningful for me and bittersweet, I would like to still be there,” he said.
Franken resigned in January after multiple reports of inappropriate sexual conduct with women both before and during his tenure in the Senate.
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