Elizabeth Warren's quiet campaign against Bernie Sanders

Katie Ramirez
February 22, 2020

The NDA's are tied to about 17 lawsuits which have claimed Bloomberg made crude and sexist comments about women as well as fueled that culture within his company.

Warren was unsparing in her remarks about Bloomberg in a Democratic debate Wednesday in Las Vegas, saying he had described women as "fat broads" and "horse-faced lesbians".

Bloomberg's announcement comes two days after Massachusetts Sen.

"I recognize that NDAs, particularly when they are used in the context of sexual harassment and sexual assault, promote a culture of silence in the workplace and contribute to a culture of women not feeling safe or supported. He has gotten some number of women, dozens, who knows, to sign non-disclosure agreements both for sexual harassment and gender discrimination in the work place".

2020 Democratic candidate Senator Elizabeth Warren continued her campaign against her rival in the race for the nomination, billionaire Michael Bloomberg, vowing he will never win the nomination.

Bloomberg had spoken earlier about the debate during a campaign event in Utah.

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As to Warren, there's an interesting phenomenon at play in which her performance seemed to hit Bloomberg quite hard, but didn't result in a measurable uptick in her support. He denied making that comment under oath, but he reached a settlement with the woman.

Lawyer Bonnie P. Josephs, who filed the 1995 complaint on Garrison's behalf, told AP on Thursday that she later handed the case off to another attorney.

Mike Bloomberg's opponents challenge him to release the people from nondisclosure agreements they have signed with him or his companies.

In his statement, Bloomberg said that he has asked the human resources team at his company to "consult with experts, as I myself have done in recent days, and review and reform our policies where necessary with regard to equal pay and promotion, sexual harassment and discrimination, and other legal tools that prevent culture change".

"I will be a leader whom women can trust", he said.

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