Mark Halperin

"We're a country that believes in second chances," the Democratic presidential candidate said.
After a dozen women accused the pundit of sexual harassment at the height of the Me Too movement, Halperin has begun tiptoeing his way back into public life.
A year after Trump's election, our national dialogue constantly leverages the weight of history. But we're still not grappling with it.
“For a long time at ABC News, I was part of the problem, I acknowledge that, and I deeply regret it.”
From Washington to Hollywood, influential men have exploited both shamefulness about sex and fear of repercussions.
Veteran journalist Mark Halperin has been accused by five women of sexual harassment during his tenure as political director at ABC News.
“I now understand from these accounts that my behavior was inappropriate and caused others pain," he says.
HBO will also produce a mini-series based on the "Game Change" authors latest.
The prominent political journalists will give up day-to-day roles following Donald Trump's inauguration.
Newsroom insiders assume the pair will write another post-election tell-all.
The contrast between the Sanders' and the Clinton's reactions to the night tells the profound story. Where the Sanders are elated and humble, and seem as happy as ever to talk to their supporters and to Heilemann for his interview, the Clintons' abrupt departure without addressing or thanking their people beyond the minimum demanded by television coverage is striking.