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Jackson is tired of Colbert's shenanigans: “I have had it with these money-grubbing superPACs messing with our Monday to Friday elections.” After all, you can't trust a man with a silent "T" in his name.
Behold, the eccentric underbelly of the Gothamist inbox.
Cain said he'll be making an endorsement "in the near future," and was coy as to who it was besides saying "it is not the current occupant of the White House."
The Cains showed solidarity today by launching a new section of his campaign website run by Gloria: "Women For Herman Cain."
World's richest historian Newt Gingrich leads Mitt Romney and the GOP presidential field by 21 percent. Meanwhile, Herman Cain needs to talk to his wife about possibly ending his campaign.
According to NY1, Barbara Walters, Matt Lauer, Bill O'Reilly, Lesley Stahl, Senator Chuck Schumer and Greta Van Susteren were all scheduled to meet the candidate at Adams' Park Avenue apartment.
Ginger White, an Atlanta businesswoman, has told a FOX affiliate that she had a consensual affair with Cain.
Herman Cain engages David Letterman in a stirring conversation on the Eurozone's monetary crisis, and reveals that his favorite composer is Brahms.
Herman Cain is still a Republican frontrunner. But should we "think twice" about his future?
Denying the accusations isn't enough: Cain is now buying ads on Google that offer the "Truth about Herman Cain" and urge us to "Get past the allegations and lies."
As Herman Cain's sexual harassment scandal grows, two opinionated people weigh in: Andrea Peyser and Al Sharpton.
Cain goes on to call Bialek's charges "fabricated," and pointed to the fact that his campaign was pulling in record amounts of donations because the American people are "sick of gutter politics."
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