“During Herman Cain’s tenure as the head of the National Restaurant Association in the 1990s, at least two female employees complained to colleagues and senior association officials about inappropriate behavior by Cain, ultimately leaving their jobs at the trade group,” Politico reports.
“The women complained of sexually suggestive behavior by Cain that made them angry and uncomfortable, the sources said, and they signed agreements with the restaurant group that gave them financial payouts to leave the association. The agreements also included language that bars the women from talking about their departures.”
Byron York: “Cain is likely to face questions about the matter on Monday. He is
scheduled to appear at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington
in the morning to discuss his 9-9-9 tax plan, and then speak — and take
questions — at the National Press Club at lunch.”