Greta Van Susteren talks about Congress’ sexual harassment fund

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    From 21:20 to 34:47 in the following podcast, Laura Ingraham talks with Greta Van Susteren about the Congressional slush fund used to pay out sexual harassment claims. Greta expresses her disapproval of the use of tax payer dollars for this.

    I have to wonder what her opinion is regarding the use of Scientology member’s donation money used for the Church’s secret NDA settlements and other nefarious operations? If the IRS reviews their tax exempt status this use of so called charitable donations is very likely to become the subject of news articles.

    http://podcastone.com/The-Laura-Ingraham-Show-Podcast
    LI Podcast 111517
    Greta Van Susteren - Former Television Reporter and Commentator, Author of Everything You Need to Know About Social Media (Without Having to Call a Kid), out November 14 on Sexual Harassment Classes "Those classes didn't work for a lot of people"

    http://thehill.com/homenews/house/3...-out-15-million-on-behalf-of-sexual-harassers

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    A congressional aide told CNN that the Treasury Department has paid out $15 million in total settlements since 1997, but it was unclear how much of that money had been paid in sexual harassment cases.
    Rep. Bradley Byrne (R-Ala.), who practiced employment law before serving in the House, recommended in testimony before the House Administration Committee on Tuesday that lawmakers accused of harassment should personally repay the Treasury for settlements.
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