"This is a pervasive problem that affects every aspect of society and every political party, and everyone should be held accountable, from Al Franken to Roy Moore to Bill Clinton to the current president of the United States", Meyers continued.
Trump was prompted to make a speech in October 2016 in which he rebutted specifics in some of the published stories, questioning the timing of the allegations about a month before Election Day.
Asked why Trump finds allegations against Moore troubling while contending the ones against him are to be dismissed, Sanders said that the president "has certainly a lot more insight into what he personally did or didn't do".
The Trump presidential campaign repeatedly brought up Clinton's indiscretions during the bitter 2016 White House race against his wife Hillary.
"The Al Frankenstien picture is really bad, speaks a thousand words".
Hillary, 70, the former Democratic presidential nominee who previous year lost the White House race to Trump, 71, said that Democratic Senator Al Franken has apologised for his reported sexual misconduct and his willingness for a probe "is the kind of accountability I'm talking about".
The first tweet referred to a photograph of Franken putting his hands near the breasts of a sleeping Leeann Tweeden, a Los Angeles radio news anchor who accused Franken of groping her and of an aggressive kiss during a rehearsal for a skit he had written.
Asked about what looks like selective outrage, White House officials said Trump (and Moore) deny the allegations against them, calling them politically motivated; Franken acknowledged the claims of a woman who produced photographic evidence. "Where do his hands go in pictures 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 while she sleeps?.", Mr Trump tweeted.
Maher called the claims against Franken "very disturbing" and joked, "I was so shaken I called Bill Cosby to see if he had anything to calm me down".
Until now, the White House had tried to distance Mr Trump from a series of sex scandals that have reverberated from Hollywood to Congress.
In another tweet, Trump said: "And to think that just last week he was lecturing anyone who would listen about sexual harassment and respect for women". "Never has happened", she said.
Meanwhile, 14 women have come forward to accuse Trump of groping, harassing or sexually assaulting them during his career as a real estate developer. Meanwhile, the attorney for one of Moore's accusers, Gloria Allred, refused to say if the purported signature of Moore in her client's yearbook was authentic or a forgery.
On Tuesday, the Republican National Committee pulled its financial support for Moore, following similar action last week by the National Republican Senatorial Committee.