By Justin Sink and Daniel Strauss - 11/08/11 02:39 PM EST
"He can step forward and just end this — just end it. I don't want to be here. I don't think anyone wants — just end it," Bialek said on "Good Morning America." "Let's move forward — but unfortunately I don't think that's what's going to happen."
Bialek also emphasized that her decision to come forward was not politically motivated. On CBS's "Early Show," she said that she would at least "think about" voting for Cain if he admitted what had happened, while on "GMA" she said Cain would be fit to be president once "he tells the truth."
"I don't despise the man; I actually did it because I wanted to give him the platform to come clean, to tell the truth," Bialek said on the "Early Show."
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