Though the details still need hammering out, Karen Kraushaar and Sharon Bialek, two of the women accusing Herman Cain of sexual harassment, want to speak out at a joint news conference "so they can air their stories together," The Washington Post reports. Joel P. Bennett--the lawyer for Kraushaar, one of the two original Cain accusers first reported by Politico-- has reached out to famous media-loving lawyer Gloria Allred, who represents Bialek. This puts Kraushaar, who told The New York Times on Tuesday that she was warming "to the idea of a joint press conference where all of the women would be together with our attorneys and all of this evidence would be considered together," one step closer to her plans. Bennett also told to CBS News that he'd like to see such a mega-presser would take place: "My client has decided to hold a joint news conference with as many of the women who complained of sexual harassment by Herman Cain as will participate." Two accusers signed up, and two more to go.
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