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Sanders Apologizes To Women Harassed In 2016 Campaign

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CNN Reports that Bernie Sanders has issued an apology to female campaign workers who felt harassed during his 2016 Presidential campaign. His apology marks the second time in eight days Sanders has publicly expressed regrets over the charges. He pointed to steps his 2018 Senate campaign took to ensure a more robust reporting structure. On Wednesday, CNN reported his former presidential campaign manager Jeff Weaver would not return in that role if Sanders run in 2020.

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