Herman Cain Still Says He Should Be President

Herman Cain Still Says He Should Be President

Herman Cain has hired an investigator to find out who spread information about alleged sexual misconduct.

Published August 28, 2012

Herman Cain says it should be him on stage Thursday night accepting the nomination for Republican candidate for president and not Mitt Romney.

The Black conservative, who ended his campaign for the White House after numerous allegations of sexual misconduct, has hired an investigator to find out who spread stories about him.

Reports Politico.com:

“If everyone had competed fairly and honestly, I’d probably be the nominee being nominated this week,” the former GOP presidential candidate said on CBS Sunday. “The process is fair but many people that are involved in the process are not fair and they are not honest.

When asked if he would have campaigned differently, he said he wishes he would have better prepared his family. Cain came under fire when he was accused of infidelity.

“I shouldn’t say this on camera, [but I’d] make it uncomfortable for the media people who lied on me, that’s what I would do differently,” he said. “The one thing I would do differently is I would better prepare my family for the dirt. Other than that I wouldn’t do anything differently.”

Later Monday, Cain confirmed on CNN’s “The Situation Room” that he has investigators looking into the “well-coordinated effort” behind stories “attacking” his character.

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(Photo: AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)

Written by Deborah Creighton Skinner


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