At least two dozen Democratic Senators are calling for Senator Al Franken to resign amid multiple allegations of sexual misconduct.
Seven women are accusing the Minnesota lawmaker of sexual impropriety.
The latest accusation comes from a former Democratic congressional aide who says he forcibly tried to kiss her in 2006 after a taping of his radio show.
Franken denies the allegation.
Multiple Democratic senators, including New York Senator Kristen Gillibrand, say he should step down.
"Enough is enough," Gillibrand said. "I mean this is a conversation we've been having for a very long time and it's a conversation that this country needs to have. And I think when we start having to talk about the differences between sexual assault and sexual harassment and unwanted groping, you are having the wrong conversation. We need to draw a line in the sand and say none of it is OK, none of it is acceptable and we, as elected leaders should absolutely be held to a higher standard."
Fraken is expected to make an announcement Thursday, and some lawmakers believe he'll be resigning.