Is Herman Cain's Loss Mitt Romney's Gain?

Monday, December 05, 2011

Herman Cain and Mitt Romney greet each other at the GOP debate. (Ethan Miller/Getty)

Herman Cain has suspended — but not completely disbanded — his presidential campaign. Whether he will endorse another candidate or continue fundraising and rejoin the race at some later point remains to be seen. For now, Newt Gingerich holds a majority in Iowa's early polls. But Mitt Romney is leading in New Hampshire and has strong numbers in South Carolina.

Todd Zwillich, Takeaway Washington Correspondent, speaks more about what Herman Cain's "suspension" of his campaign means.

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