“What are the facts?” asked Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour on MSNBC. “If you have a confidentiality agreement that keeps the public from finding out something that the public is interested in knowing the facts, you ought to go on and get the facts out.”
“Herman Cain’s interest is getting this behind him,” added Barbour, a former Republican National Committee chairman.
From what I understand, the National Restaurant Association, not Herman Cain, would have to waive the confidentiality agreement. But Cain, so far, has not publicly called upon the NRA to waive the agreements.