Spinners and Winners
After running a memorable presidential campaign, Herman Cain is once again "firing up the Cain train" with a new bus tour and radio talk show. Never one to shy away from controversy, Cain spoke with Spinners & Winners about his take on Romney's chances, the Republican veepstakes and his own future in presidential politics.
Since suspending his campaign in December of last year, Cain has made three separate endorsements. In May he finally endorsed Mitt Romney, after previously endorsing both Newt Gingrich and the American people. "The endorsement process is an evolution," Cain tells ABC's Jonathan Karl. "What you try to do is you endorse someone that you believe in and their ideas and their solutions align with yours."
Despite being slow to endorse him, Herman Cain says he fully supports Mitt Romney in the fight to beat President Obama in November. He says he is in regular contact with Romney's campaign and is encouraging the presumptive nominee to take strongRead More »from Herman Cain’s advice for Mitt Romney on VP Pick, and his plans for 2016