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article imagePat Robertson advises Herman Cain to quit the race

By JohnThomas Didymus     Dec 2, 2011 in Politics
Pat Robertson, an evangelical broadcaster, has advised Herman Cain to quit the GOP presidential nomination run. Robertson gave the advice to Cain on CBN's "The 700 Club" on Wednesday.
Robertson, reacting to the several allegations of sexual misconduct against the GOP presidential candidate in recent times, said Cain has lost all chances of winning the nomination. Robertson, according American Family News Network, said the allegations against Cain were too much for his campaign to recover from. Pat Robertson said to Cain, "its time to get out."
Robertson, on the "The 700 Club" broadcast, also raised questions about Cain's competence and aptitude for the office he is running for. According to Robertson, Cain was "good at making Pizzas but is in over his head when it came to foreign policy."
Digital Journal reports the latest allegation of sexual misconduct against Herman Cain came from a Georgia woman, Ginger White, who alleged an extra-marital relationship with the businessman that lasted 13 years. Herman Cain has denied this allegation, as he has denied all previous allegations against him by several women.
News Max reports that Cain, speaking to reporters at his New Hampshire headquarters on Wednesday night, said he won't take a final decision on whether to quit the presidential run till he meets and talks with his wife on Friday.
Pat Robertson, 81, had unsuccessfully sought nomination for the presidential race in the Republican Party in 1988.
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