“When I first saw her [Bialek]… I didn’t even recognize her,” Cain said. ”I am honestly telling you I can’t even recall knowing her back then.”
When asked if Bialek was lying, Cain replied, “Yes, I’m saying that as nice a way as I can.”
The former chief executive of Godfather’s Pizza, who has been accused by at least four women of sexual harassment, said that his wife is “angry” at these reports.
Bialek, a former employee at the National Restaurant Association, became the first woman on Monday to publicly charge Cain with sexual harassment. Bialek said Cain put his hand under her skirt, groped her genitals and pushed her head toward his crotch while giving her a ride back to her hotel in 1997.