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Topic - Sharon Bialek
Gloria Cain, the wife of GOP presidential hopeful Herman Cain, will appear on Fox News Monday evening to talk about the sexual misconduct allegations that have been dogged her husband's campaign in recent weeks.
The war between the sexes will never be easy to win because there are too many incentives for men and women to lay down their arms and call for a truce, if not a tryst. Nothing is more powerful than that image of Adam giving up all for Eve. He chose to leave paradise and work for a living rather than lose the woman he loved. (Besides, he couldn't spare another rib.)
Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain is vowing to "set the record straight" at a news conference one day after a fourth woman — and the first to reveal her identity — accused him of inappropriate sexual behavior a decade ago, the latest in a string of claims that have rocked his presidential campaign.
Herman Cain defiantly denied all the charges against him, vowed to remain in the Republican presidential race and hinted that Democrats may be behind the sexual harassment story that has dogged him for 10 days.
Could it get any sleazier than all the murky sexual accusations, character smears and shameless lies that have gripped the national political debate for the past week?
The three different all-news television networks took three different approaches to covering Monday's emergence of a fourth woman to accuse Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain of sexual harassment.
A fourth woman on Monday accused Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain of sexually inappropriate behavior.
The "Cain media" was essentially all over the map following the press conference of Sharon Bialek, presidential hopeful Herman Cain's blonde accuser, and her attorney Gloria Allred.
Speaking in a halting voice, a Chicago-area woman on Monday accused Republican presidential contender Herman Cain of making an unwanted sexual advance against her more than a decade ago, saying she wanted to provide "a face and a voice" to support other accusers who so far have remained anonymous.
He said on Fox, "I look forward to her spread in Playboy" after Sharon Bialek publicly accused Cain of groping in 1997.
Cain, in earlier statements, said he had seen Bialek "for the very first time" last week when she publicly accused him of groping her in 1997.