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  • Henry Kissinger Digs Cain’s ‘Brilliant’ 'Smoking' Video

    11/04/2011 9:53:13 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 77 replies · 1+ views
    National Review ^ | 11/04/2011 | Robert Costa
    Herman Cain huddled with Henry Kissinger in New York on Thursday, discussing foreign policy with the elder statesman. According to Mark Block, Cain’s chief of staff, the former secretary of state also commented on Cain’s notorious campaign video, which shows Block smoking. “Halfway through Mr. Cain’s conversation, Doctor Kissinger turns and points to me and says, ‘That smoking thing you did was brilliant.’ I sat there thinking, Dr. Henry Kissinger just said something I did was brilliant,” Block says. “We all got a good chuckle.” Block adds that Kissinger was impressed by Cain’s questions. “He told him that he meets...
  • Cain did not sign settlement, accuser's lawyer says

    11/04/2011 9:21:37 AM PDT · by MNJohnnie · 370 replies
    CBS news ^ | 11-04-11 | Jan Crawford
    The settlement agreement between the National Restaurant Association and a woman who accused Herman Cain of sexual harassment was reached in September 1999--and was not signed by Cain himself, according to Joel Bennett, a lawyer for the woman. Bennett, who has a copy of the settlement agreement, said four people signed it: the woman, two lawyers representing the association and Bennett himself. Bennett said the agreement was resolved relatively quickly, about two or three months after she complained.