After a series of denials by statement, Herman Cain made an appearance late Tuesday, where he categorically denied the mounting charges that he sexually harassed co-workers and other women during his time at the National Restaurant Association in the 1990s. “I never acted inappropriately with anyone,” Cain said. He claimed he never saw Sharon Bialek, the woman who accused him on television Monday, until her press conference. Cain called her a “troubled woman” and implied that her allegations were made to derail his candidacy.
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