(CNN) – Herman Cain, the one-time frontrunner for the 2012 GOP presidential nomination, offered reporters in Florida Thursday some speculation on what could have been if he had remained in the race.
According to the Gainesville Sun, Cain said he would have a “substantial lead” over President Barack Obama if he were the Republican nominee instead of Mitt Romney.
“The reason is quite simple: I have some depth to my ideas,” he said.
Cain, who suspended his own bid for the GOP presidential nomination in December amid a flurry of allegations of past sexual impropriety, backed Mitt Romney in May – his third endorsement after dropping out of the race.
In January, after teasing an “unconventional endorsement” in the GOP presidential race, Cain came out in support of “the people,” saying it was the beginning of a political revolution.
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