There were growing signs Tuesday that Herman Cain’s beleaguered presidential campaign could be drawing toward a close.
The former restaurant executive told supporters that he is reassessing “where we stand” in the race for the White House amid new allegations of a 13-year extramarital affair with an Atlanta businesswoman.
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He also acknowledged the recent report “had taken a toll on my wife and family, as you would imagine.”
Those comments, along with his slide in the polls, have triggered speculation that Cain, who survived a slew of allegations about sexually inappropriate behavior, might finally have to throw in the towel.
Cain said, for now, the plan is to “plow ahead.”
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