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Franken: "This Will Not Happen Again"

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Senator Al Franken apologized again Monday after being accused of forcibly kissing a woman and groping three others. 

"I just want to again say I am sorry. I know there are no magic words I can say to regain your trust, I know that's going to take time," Franken said. 

Franken also stressed he has no plans to leave the Senate.

"This has been a shock, and it's been extremely humbling. I am embarrassed. I feel ashamed. What I'm going to do is I'm going to start my job, I'm going to go back to work, I'm going to work as hard as I can," said Franken.

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