‘I’ve been told I should be ashamed’: ‘I’ll have to take responsibility’

The president is calling for the state to have “a clear conscience about how it handles sexual misconduct cases.”

He’s also saying he’s willing to do more to fight sexual harassment and assault.

But he’s not saying he’ll do much more than he’s already done.

Trump is expected to outline an executive order to reinstate a ban on sexual harassment at government agencies.

The move comes as Trump and his administration face a barrage of criticism over allegations of sexual misconduct against several top aides and White House officials.

A new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll shows just 13% of Americans believe Trump is doing enough to address sexual misconduct at the White House and at his businesses, while 45% say they’re not confident enough in his handling of the issue.

The poll was conducted Feb. 14-17, days after Trump fired special counsel Robert Mueller and his team, which are investigating Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.