Herman Cain breaks into gospel hymn at National Press Club

Chris Moody
Political Reporter
The Ticket

Leave it to Herman Cain to break into song in front of scores of reporters on the day he is facing what could be the biggest scandal of his presidential campaign.

After a speech at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., where he fielded several questions about a Politico story pointing to sexual harassment allegations against Cain while he was president of the National Restaurant Association in the 1990s, Cain sang part of the gospel hymn, "He Looked Beyond My Faults."

Consider this one more part of Cain's self-described "non-traditional campaign."

Cain released his own gospel album a few years ago, and he's been known to belt out the tunes along the campaign trail.

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