2020 Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg discusses recent anti-Semitic attacks in the country and his refusal to release women who’ve worked at his company from confidentiality agreements.
“We don’t have anything to hide, but we made legal agreements which both sides wanted to keep things from coming out. They have a right to do that. Remember, just because you signed a nondisclosure doesn’t mean you can’t talk about other things. You just can’t talk about what was in that agreement … You don’t take away anybody’s rights to say what they want to say. They can continue to do that. They just made an agreement, and the company made an agreement, that we wouldn’t discuss a certain thing. And in most cases settlements typically in an agreement like that would be made. Every company goes through the same thing. Money changed hands and whatever," Bloomberg said.
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