WASHINGTON — Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, Democrat of New York, who holds Hillary Clinton’s former seat, is leading the charge against sexual misconduct on Capitol Hill, building on her work on the same issues in the military and college campuses. Often considered a White House contender for 2020, Ms. Gillibrand has made helping women get elected — and mentoring female members of Congress on both sides of the aisle – among her signature goals.
In an interview with The New York Times, she talks about how the country can move past discrimination, harassment and abuse as a regular feature of many work places, how she believes President Trump should be viewed in light of recent revelations about men in in power, including her colleague Senator Al Franken, Democrat of Minnesota.
On this week’s episode:
• Jennifer Steinhauer, a Times journalist based in Washington, interviewed Ms. Gillibrand in her office on Capitol Hill this week.
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