Herman Cain Accuser
November 4, 2011 by staff
Herman Cain Accuser, Joel Bennett, a lawyer for one of the accusers Herman Cain, addresses journalists at the moment. “She has decided not to re-live the details,” said Bennett, saying that more than one incident that led to her complaint of sexual harassment.
She made the remarks in the 1990′s when Cain led the National Restaurant Association.
Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain campaign and again promoting their 9-9-9 tax plan Friday, without making direct reference to sexual harassment allegations of age who have muddied his campaign this week.
Cain spoke at a conference in Washington sponsored by the United States tax for Prosperity, a group with ties to the Tea Party movement that is funded by billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch.
A new ABC News / Washington Post poll today shows that the charges arising from the possession of Cain in the 1990s as head of the National Restaurant Association have not made a big impact.
Seven in 10 Republicans in the survey say the accusations do not matter when it comes to choosing a presidential candidate. Most Republicans and Republican-leaning voters, or 55%, say that the allegations are “a very serious matter.”
But the poll, conducted October 31-November 3, shows some of the challenges of Cain. Among the 39% who say that the allegations are serious, half say it makes them less likely to support the employer to the presidency.
“If the views of the seriousness of the issue were on the rise, Cain support could be at risk,” ABC polling director Gary Langer wrote in a memo accompanying the poll.
The National Restaurant Association says he will decide today whether to release one of the accusers of Cain a confidentiality agreement so you can make a statement.
At the Summit of the American Dream, Cain made only a passing reference to be in the news this week. “I’ve been in Washington all week, and have attracted some attention,” he said.
He referred to a New York Times on the links of his campaign to Americans for Prosperity, the organization sponsoring the conference today, and its benefactors billionaires.
Cain defended his relationship with Charles and David Koch, who calls his “brother from another mother and proud of it.”
In other developments, Cain’s wife apparently is not going to do tonight an interview with Fox News. Gloria Cain has “apparently had a change of heart” in the words of The New York Times.
During an appearance on the Sean Hannity radio show, Herman Cain, said Thursday that his wife is “200% support me,” both as candidate and as her husband.
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