Herman Cain Harassment Allegations

December 30, 2011 by staff 

Herman Cain Harassment AllegationsHerman Cain Harassment Allegations, Larry Tuel, who was state campaign director for Herman Cain before he dropped out of the presidential race, this morning endorsed Newt Gingrich.

“I believe he is the best candidate for his knowledge and experience,” Tuel said in an email to The Des Moines Register.

Gingrich, a former U.S. House speaker, was at the top of the Register’s Iowa Poll in November but has been slipping, other polls show.

Tuel said: “He is intelligent, positive and has the best grasp of policy and the role of government as it relates to tax, spending and regulatory power. I particularly appreciate his national tax policy, welfare reform, and ideas for reducing and refocusing regulatory authority to solve our deep rooted economic problems.”

Cain suspended his campaign on Dec. 3 because of the “continued distraction” of sexual harassment allegations.

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