The latest woman to come forward and accuse Herman Cain of sexual harassment told me that the Republican presidential candidate needs to come clean at his press conference and apologize.
Sharon Bialek said Cain, who will hold a presser in Scottsdale, Arizona today, isn’t fit to be president “until he tells the truth.”
“It’s not too late that he can step forward and just end this, just end it. I don’t want to be here, I don’t think anyone wants to, just end it, let’s move forward,” Bialek said. “But unfortunately I don’t think that’s what’s going to happen today.”
Yesterday Bialek became the first woman to go public with her accusations against Cain. Standing with her attorney, Gloria Allred, Bialek alleged that during the summer of 1997 Cain sexually harassed her in his car, touching her leg and pushing her head towards his crotch.
The Cain campaign accused her of lying, and asked if Bialek was paid or promised a job if she spoke out.
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