Skip navigation! Story from News. Elizabeth Warren ripped into Bloomberg for his past comments about women. Warren said. I'm talking about Mayor Bloomberg. She also brought up the non-disclosure agreements Bloomberg infamously had his employees sign over the years when he boasted running such a positive workplace.
With a number of women running to take on President Donald Trump in the election, the president's language about his opponents will undoubtedly be a recurring issue. But is there really a gender difference to his attacks? In an interview, Mr Trump referred to career diplomat Marie Yovanovitch, the former ambassador to Ukraine, not by name, but as "the woman".
Mike Bloomberg has on repeated occasions faced and fought allegations that he directed crude and sexist comments to women in his office, including a claim in the s that he told an employee who had just announced she was pregnant to "kill it. What did you just say? Bloomberg has repeatedly denied that specific allegation -- which arose in a discrimination lawsuit that was settled out of court. None of the cases made it to trial — four were either dismissed or withdrawn, while five were settled out of court. Three cases remain active.