Herman Cain 2012
December 2, 2011 by staff
“We’re keeping all commitments and we’re reassessing several factors, several things. So yes, getting out is an option,” he said, explaining the varying accounts his staff has given. “That just meant we were not going to put the brakes on, you know, until we — I along with my staff and my family made a decision.”
In New Hampshire after abruptly canceling his original endorsement interview two weeks ago — and almost a week after the paper issued threw its weight behind Newt Gingrich — Cain also acknowledged that he’d given White money to help with her “month-to-month bills and expenses” without the knowledge of his wife.
Asked whether voters should be paying attention to the scandals surrounding his campaign or the inconsistencies in his rivals’ policy positions, Cain fired back, “My only concern is my situation, okay? And quite frankly, one of the things that I have learned in this whole thing is that running for president has become a very dirty game. It’s a dirty game, okay?”
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