Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain says that he would not drop his bid for the Republicans’ presidential nomination in the face of decade-old allegations of inappropriate sexual behavior.
Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain says that he would not drop his bid for the Republicans’ presidential nomination in the face of decade-old allegations of inappropriate sexual behavior. AP Photo/Matt York
Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain says that he would not drop his bid for the Republicans’ presidential nomination in the face of decade-old allegations of inappropriate sexual behavior. AP Photo/Matt York

Cain insists he's 'never acted inappropriately with anyone, period'

November 08, 2011 07:23 PM

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