Herman Cain 45000

November 4, 2011 by staff 

Herman Cain 45000, POLITICO has learned that one of the women who accused Herman Cain, sexual harassment at the National Restaurant Association in the early 1990 received a payment of around 45,000 and as part of its establishment – much more than the average of two or Cain recalled three months the woman initially obtained.

The woman who received the approximately 45,000 and the employee has formally recognized that Cain filed a complaint about his behavior.

Cain described it in an interview on Fox News as a writer in the communications department.

The woman received compensation as part of his exit package was much more than what an employee of the middle-tier business association in late 1990 have been conducted over a period of two to three months.

It was also more than the payment of an employee association was second after complaining of the conduct of Cain. According to The New York Times, the second woman to receive and 35,000 – payment of one year.

Cain changing stories about whether the existing settlements, and their numbers have confused his explanations. He has not acknowledged that more than one solution.

On the morning of Monday, Cain told Fox News: “If the restaurant [Association] made an agreement was not aware of it.”

Speaking Monday at noon the National Press Club, Cain continued to plead ignorance: “In regard to an agreement, I have no knowledge of any arrangement. I hope it was not so bad, because I did nothing. But crux of the matter is that I’m not aware of an agreement that came out of that accusation. ”

Then, in an interview taped Monday afternoon Fox, Cain admitted that there was a settlement.

“Could have been two months [pay]. I do not remember the exact number, but I do remember my attorney general, saying:” The good news is that you have not paid all that money is being demanded, “the former executive director of the association, Greta Van Susteren said, arguing that the charges of women were “unfounded.”

At another point in the interview, payment Cain said: “Maybe three months’ salary, or something, vaguely trying to remember.”

But on Tuesday morning, he changed his answer again, suggesting that the terms of payment could have been bigger.

On CNN Headline News, said: “The memory and I am aware of and was a financial settlement that was in the vicinity of the severance pay three to six months,” something of that nature. “

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