During last night’s Republican debate, Herman Cain addressed allegations of serial sexual harassment.
Well, in the court of public opinion, most voters believe where there’s smoke, there must be fire.
A Rasmussen poll found 51 percent of voters say “it is at least somewhat likely the allegations against Cain are both serious and true.”
The Washington Post reports two of the four women who want a piece of Cain will hold a joint press conference:
The women who have accused GOP contender Herman Cain of sexual harassment have agreed to hold a joint news conference to air their stories, one of their attorneys said Wednesday, a move that could fuel a controversy that has dogged the businessman’s campaign for more than a week.
Joel P. Bennett, who represents federal employee Karen Kraushaar, 55, said in an interview that he was planning the news conference with Gloria Allred, who represents Chicago homemaker Sharon Bialek, 50. Details of the joint appearance have not yet been worked out, Bennett said.
Before their 15 minutes are up, Kraushaar and Bialek are going to tell everything they know.