Herman Cain Wife
December 2, 2011 by staff
Herman Cain Wife, Set to meet with his wife for the first time since a woman came forward claiming she had a 13-year extramarital affair with him, Herman Cain is preparing for one last campaign stop before he decides whether to press forward with his bid for the Republican presidential nomination.
Cain, who has denied the affair and allegations of unwanted sexual advances from other women, planned a Friday afternoon campaign stop in Rock Hill, S.C., before heading home to Atlanta to assess whether the accusation of an affair would be enough to force him from the GOP contest. With a little more than a month before Iowa has its lead-off caucuses, time is working against the Georgia businessman as he tries to steady his campaign.
“I want to do the assessment that we’ve got to do. Every time a new bit of information comes up, that stimulates another story in the media and that hurts my family and my wife, and it hurts me,” Cain told Fox News Channel on Thursday.
“I’m going to re-establish my reputation,” he added.
It won’t be easy, regardless of whether the allegations are true or not. Cain’s standing in the polls is cratering, supporters are wavering and fundraising is limping.
Since Ginger White stepped forward Monday, the allegation of an affair has overshadowed Cain’s campaign. He told The New Hampshire Union Leader that his wife, Gloria, did not know he was providing the 46-year-old Atlanta-area businesswoman with money for “month-to-month bills and expenses.”
“Unfortunately, I’m a softy and I feel sorry for people when they get in deep financial trouble, especially given this economy,” Cain later told Fox News.
White told MSNBC in an interview Thursday night that she was “deeply sorry” for causing Cain’s wife or other members of his family any pain.
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