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President Donald Trump and Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand got into it on Twitter Tuesday morning after the junior senator called on the president to resign. 

Trump weighed in at 8:00am ET Tuesday morning, calling Gillibrand a "lightweight" and claiming she asked him for campaign donations and "would do anything for them."

On Monday, Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) said Trump should resign from office due to the numerous "credible" allegations of sexual misconduct against him. 

Responding to Trump's tweet, Gillibrand said she will not be silenced by Trump, accusing him of bringing "unfitness and shame" to the presidency. 

Her call for Trump's resignation came after several of Trump's accusers re-emerged for an interview with Megyn Kelly on Monday morning. 

The three women called for an investigation by Congress into Trump's alleged actions, which he has repeatedly denied. 

On Twitter, the president said the "fabricated" allegations are being rekindled by Democrats because "they have been unable to show any collusion with Russia."

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