The following is a quote from an Amy Davidson piece in the New Yorker:
White said that the relationship began at a National Restaurant Association event, the venue for the harassment claims made against Cain, but noted that she had never worked for him, and had never been or felt herself harassed. But what happened to the women who had come forward affected her:
It bothered me that they were being demonized, sort of. That they were being treated as if they were automatically lying, and the burden of proof was on them. So I felt very bad for them.
Does anyone feel bad for Cain?
There are creepy politicians, and then there is this one. This guy is in a class (not to be confused with "classy") of his own.
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