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Journalist Melanie Morgan spoke out about allegations she made against Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.).

Morgan said she was "intimidated" by Franken during a 2000 taping of Bill Maher's "Politically Incorrect."

She said Franken engaged in a "mundane argument" with her about policy and budgets.

 

"I would challenge him and he would come back over the top," Morgan said.

After the show, Morgan said Franken "stalked me back over to the green room."

She said that Franken got her telephone number from a producer and later repeatedly called her.

Morgan said that the third time Franken called, she threatened to report him to the authorities.

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