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Mark Steyn compared the newly-uncovered fund that paid out $15 million to people who accused Capitol staff of misconduct to the Jon Hamm program "Mad Men."

"Members of Congress [were] allowed to have their wandering hands wander where they may and have the taxpayers pay for it," he said.

He also spoke with Concerned Women For America President Penny Nance, who said the recent flood of allegations against legislators and public figures has been like "cockroaches scattering" when lights come on.

"We have to expose this in order to get rid of the moral decay," she said.

Steyn added how a recently-accused 88-year-old congressman was praised as a champion of women by Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.).

Waters called Rep. John Conyers Jr. (D-Mich.), the 27-term Dean of the House, a man of "impeccable integrity on all of our issues."

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