Gloria Cain says husband would have to have a 'split personality' to do the things he's accused of doing
Herman Cain's wife says her husband would have to have a "split personality" for sexual harassment claims against him to be true and that her husband of 43 years "totally respects women."
Gloria Cain broke her silence on the allegations dogging his presidential campaign in an interview with Fox News' Greta Van Susteren that will air Monday night. Fox News released video in advance.
Gloria Cain said she was especially surprised by allegations made last week by Sharon Bialek, who said Cain made sexual advances in a car when she was asking for his help finding a job.
"I looked at, especially this last lady, and the things that she said, and I’m thinking he would have to have a split personality to do the things that she said," Gloria Cain said.
Four women have accused Cain of harassing them when he was the head of the National Restaurant Association in the late 1990s. He has denied acting inappropriately with anyone.
Gloria Cain said she found it hard to believe that the allegations against Cain could be true because he "totally respects women."