In 2017, multiple women said the veteran political journalist sexually harassed them while serving as political director at ABC News.
"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.
Hint: We shouldn't see it.
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.