The Country Meets The Woman Behind Herman Cain

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Republican presidential contender Herman Cain addresses an audience at AEI(American Enterprise Institute) for Public Policy Research on October 31, 2011 in Washington, DC. (Getty)

The public got its first introduction to Gloria Cain, wife of Republican presidential hopeful Herman Cain, on Monday night in an exclusive interview with Fox News. The wife of the embattled candidate took to the airwaves to defend her husband against complaints of inappropriate behavior during his time at the National Restaurant Association.

Politico senior political writer Maggie Haberman talks about how Mrs. Cain did in her introduction to the public. Plus, can the Cain campaign officially put the harassment accusations behind them and move on?

Guests:

Maggie Haberman

Produced by:

Joseph Capriglione

Comments [1]

Peg

Think Gloria should reflect on the lives and roles of Maria Shriver, Tipper Gore, Silda Wall Spitzer, Elizabeth Edwards, Hillary Clinton... and on andon andon andon.

Her comments were a waste of breath and time.

Nov. 15 2011 08:59 AM

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