The second woman interviewed by the Post made similar allegations against Oreskes.
One of the women said that she was in her late 20s at the time of their encounter, which she says left her confidence shattered.
She said she arrived in Washington from a small town out West.'When I first went to see him it was after screwing up my nerve to try to be bold and maneuver myself into a better job, and after what happened with him, I never really tried that again,' she said.
She said the meeting with Oreskes took place at the Times’ offices in downtown Washington, DC. Let me know.’The woman says that a week later she received an email from Oreskes asking her why she didn’t respond to the ad.
After the meeting, she said Oreskes took out a personal ad in the Washington City Paper addressed to her.‘Saw you at the Army-Navy Building. She replied that she didn’t see it and needed to look for it.‘What was especially creepy about it was that he put it in the wrong place in the paper,’ she said.
Soon afterward, she said she received a voicemail message from Oreskes.
He told her how much he enjoyed meeting her and that he was looking forward to seeing her again.Showtime also said Halperin would not be brought back with co-hosts Heilemann and Mark Mc Kinnon should the political series "The Circus" be renewed.Last week, The Atlantic magazine removed contributing editor Leon Wieseltier from its masthead after allegations emerged that Wieseltier harassed numerous women during his years with The New Republic.The Weinstein scandal has also led to allegations against prominent names in the world of political journalism. Oreskes has worked at NPR since 2015 after stints as a senior editor at the Times and the Associated Press.NBC News said Monday it has terminated its contract with Mark Halperin, the political journalist who was accused of sexual harassment by several women when he worked at ABC News more than a decade ago‘It’s sickening. The Weinstein scandal has also led to allegations against prominent names in the world of political journalism.According to the women, they approached Oreskes about possibly working at the Times.