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Lincoln Project Ex-staffers Demand Permission to Speak About Co-founder’s Sexual Harassment Accusations

Late Arizona Senator John McCain (L) looks over some documents with campaign advisor John Weaver (R) while flying from Virginia Beach to Bismarck, North Dakota 28 February, 2000. (Roberto Schmidt/AFP via Getty Images)


The Epoch Times

Six former employees of the Lincoln Project are seeking to be freed from their non-disclosure agreements so that they can speak out about sexual misconduct allegations against the anti-Trump group’s co-founder.

In a statement, the six anonymous individuals who worked for the Lincoln Project demand the organization to release them of legal agreements preventing them from making public what they knew about John Weaver, a high-profile “Never Trumper” Republican who was recently accused of sending unsolicited, sexually explicit messages…

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