Herman Cain campaign bus tour paid a visit to the Big Sky Diner in Ypsilanti Township, Michigan after attending the MSNBC Republican Debate on Wednesday, November 9th, continued to make headline news.
Cain who referred to former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D) in a highly derogatory manner during last nights debate by calling her “Princess Pelosi”, offered this morning in Ypsilanti Township what could be considered at best a half-baked apology.
Cain’s comment during the GOP debate, Cain criticized now Minority Leader of the House Pelosi, for not acting on a piece of healthcare legislation when she was Speaker.
“You didn’t hear about it in the previous Congress because Princess Nancy sent it to committee and it stayed there,” Cain said at the debate in Michigan in a highly dismissal tone.
As noted in the video above, Cain “apologized” for he could have the reporter, “Stop asking him about it,” he stated.
Cain has faced up to four sexual harassment allegation charges, including two from women that identities have been made public Sharon Bialek and Ann Arbor native Karen Kraushaar.
Kraushaar’s attorney Joel Bennett told the New York Daily News on November 10th that Cain’s claim that one of the incidents filed in her sexual harassment complaint with National Restaurant Association (NRA) —which Kraushaar was paid a settlement— detailed much more than former CEO of the NRA Cain admits.
“I have read my clients written complaint,” attorney Joel Bennett told The News. “The incidents were not about how tall she was or that she was wearing a nice dress or anything along those lines.
“It was sexual harassment, not something innocent or something that could have been misconstrued,” Bennett cited.
“My client is an intelligent, well-education woman who knows the difference between a compliment and sexual harassment,” Bennett said.