The Lt. Governor Monday afternoon also addressed allegations of sexual harassment published by the same pro-Trump website that first published the medical school yearbook photo that has placed Gov. Northam's future in question. The allegation is from a 2004 encounter.
Fairfax denied the allegations and noted The Washington Post had been given the information and refused to publish the story after investigating for months.
Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax says he believes Gov. Ralph Northam has to decide whether to resign or not. "It's in the best of the Commonwealth of Virginia” pic.twitter.com/n2ng49a1dU
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