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“I don’t want to sit on your lap.” But Halperin was the political director of the network, a rising star who was highly regarded by ABC’s management, including “World News Tonight” anchor Peter Jennings. After leaving ABC News, he worked for Bloomberg Politics and NBC, and he co-wrote “Game Change,” the best-selling chronicle of the 2008 presidential campaign, which was made into an HBO movie.
“I didn’t know what to do,” said May, now a lawyer. He wasn’t my superior, but he was certainly in a superior position to mine. He also sent The Washington Post the same statement he sent to CNN: “During this period, I did pursue relationships with women that I worked with, including some junior to me.
“I did not report Halperin to ABC because I thought I was the only one, and I blamed myself, and I was embarrassed and I was scared of him,” she wrote on Twitter and Facebook on Thursday.
Miller, who did not respond to requests for comment, provided no specifics of the alleged assault in her posts. The women who spoke to The Post said Halperin was at his most aggressive during the 2004 campaign, when he was in charge of ABC News’s political coverage.
Several of the accusers recounted episodes in which he rubbed his erect penis against them — a claim specifically denied by Halperin in an interview.The network released a memo from its president of news, James Goldston, in which he reminded employees about the process for reporting harassment.There have been a few hints about Halperin, most notably in the wake of the Weinstein scandal. though the most disgusting examples I know of happened not to me but to several female colleagues by one man in particular when we were 20-somethings coming up in news. They included Matt Bai, a journalist who says May told him about it several years later.And then there's my own theory—the evening is when you can finally let out a sigh of relief that you've made it through the day, and that can lead to excessive eating.Whether the cause is physiological or psychological, there's no question that the post-dinner period can be disastrous.