Karen Kraushaar called Cain a "monster,"
A former supervisor of Karen Kraushaar, one of the women to accuse Herman Cain of sexual harassment in the 1990s, said Wednesday that Kraushaar recently described the Republican presidential candidate as a "monster."
Maria Cardona, Kraushaar's former supervisor at the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS), called Kraushaar when she learned her former employee was one of the women to accuse the White House hopeful of harassment. Cardona recalled the conversation in which Kraushaar thanked her former boss for her support during a difficult period in her life.
"Maria, now you know why I have always been so grateful to you, you saved me from this monster," Kraushaar said, according to Cardona. Cardona was the person who hired Kraushaar to work at the INS. Cardona now works as a Democratic strategist for the Dewey Square Group and served as a senior adviser to the Hillary Clinton for President campaign.