Two women allege that they were pimped out to United States Senator Bob Menendez from New Jersey around Easter time last April at Casa de Campo which is a resort in the Dominican Republic as reported by The Daily Caller: "they claimed Menendez agreed to pay them $500 for sex acts, but in the end they each received only $100." Curiously, "it is known that Sen. Menendez has been a regular visitor to the Dominican Republic" including at the time of the alleged cavorting. In a curt email the senator's indignant office would only state that "we're not going to respond to a completely false accusation."
Earlier this year Senator Menendez called for the firing of U.S. Secret Service agents who allegedly got their freak on with the working girls in Cartagena, Colombia while prepping for President Obama's visit as reported by Kerry Picket for The Washington Times. Concerning that prostitution scandal Menendez said (at 1:52 in the clip embedded below) the following:
"If the facts are true, they should all be fired. The reality is is that the secret service not only protects the president of the United States, they represent the United States of America. They were on duty. If the facts are true as we are reading in the press, they shouldn't have a job."