Gregory Meeks on Fired Staffer over Sexual Harassment Claims: I Don’t Regret That ‘She Was Fired or How She Was Treated’

‘The allegation is completely false’

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MEEKS: "What happened was this was in a federal court that took place over a six-year period of time, and over a 2 1/2 hour allegation of overtime payment. My chief of staff that came to me who said we should not pay this, of course, had passed, and the cost of the tax for the American taxpayers for this case that was going on for over six years, and lawyers, continued to mount."
HARLOW: "Do you regret at all, finally, that she was fired or how she was treated by you or your staff?"
MEEKS: "No."

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