Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand set off a Capitol Hill guessing game when she revealed in her memoir that one of her male colleagues squeezed her waist and said “Don’t lose too much weight now. I like my girls chubby!” Gillibrand had declined to name the senator, but the pigheaded remarks came from none other than the deeply revered late Daniel Inouye. Those with knowledge of the incident tell The New York Times that the senior senator from Hawaii, who faced multiple accusations of sexual misconduct during his career, made the unprofessional comment. In 1992, Inouye’s hairdresser said the senator forced her to have sex with him, and a Hawaii state senator said nine women had come to her saying Inouye had sexually harassed them. Gillibrand’s camp has refused to confirm or deny that Inouye was the senator referenced. Inouye passed away in 2012.