US Republican Cain to announce if he's still in race

By REUTERS
December 2, 2011 23:43

 
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ROCK HILL, S.C. - Herman Cain, battling allegations of infidelities, is expected to announce on Saturday in Atlanta whether he is continuing his bid for the Republican US presidential nomination.

In remarks at a campaign stop in South Carolina, Cain gave no hint as to what his decision might be. He is to meet with his wife, Gloria, who has so far stood by her husband as he has tried to weather a chain of sexual allegations from several women that have included groping and a 13-year affair.

"I am reassessing because of all this media firestorm stuff," Cain told supporters in South Carolina. "Why? Because my wife and family come first. I've got to take that into consideration."

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