Arizona Congressman Trent Franks reportedly to resign amid misconduct claims

Arizona Congressman Trent Franks reportedly to resign amid misconduct claims

Arizona Congressman Trent Franks reportedly to resign amid misconduct claims

Rep. Trent Franks (R-Ariz.) is reportedly going to resign.

Franks told RollCall, "We will have a statement a little bit later, but that's all I can tell you right now". Franks told Roll Call that he would make a statement on Thursday evening, that will "explain" things.

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Trent Franks, one of the most conservative members of the House of Representatives, is resigning today, according to Politico, which was briefed on the matter by a Republican operative.

Franks drew national ire in 2013 when he said, "Incidents of rape resulting in pregnancy are very low" - a remark he later said was taken out of context.

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Two Republican consultants also confirmed the decision to The Associated Press but both said they did not know why he was leaving. Biggs said he would not comment until Franks announced his plans. He served a term in the state House in the 1980s.

He supported President Donald Trump a year ago, even in the wake of the "Access Hollywood" tape, by saying Trump's words, while bad, did not compare to Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's support of abortion rights.

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Obviously, this news (if true) is incredibly shocking and came out of relatively nowhere compared to Sen.

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