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Campaign 2012 / Cain / A Discussion (Part I) #1006307

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 02, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news in the sexual harassment charges against Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain introduced; details given about the original Politico story, an AP report on a third woman claiming sexually suggestive remarks and Cain's various statements about the charges. [Former National Restaurant Assn. pollster Chris WILSON†- outlines what was known about one harassment incident.] [Today, CAIN - says don't ask me these questions.] Cain campaign spokesman offering denials quoted. [On Monday, on Fox, CAIN - says nothing happened.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Gloria Borger and Jeffrey Toobin about the charges against Cain. [BORGER - says one woman will be allowed to make a statement despite her confidentiality agreement with the restaurant assn., but she does not want to be another Anita Hill; notes what Wilson said in his interview that suggests Cain acted inappropriately.] [TOOBIN - says the restaurant assn. paid these women money after a sexual harassment allegation.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Tea Party blogger Dana Loesch, "Washington Post" columnist Jennifer Rubin and CNN's James Carville about Cain. [LOESCH - comments on Cain, his statements.] [RUBIN - says Cain is just adding fuel to the flames.] [CARVILLE - suggests Texas Governor Rick Perry leaked this story about Cain, not the Democrats; calls this a Category 3 story.]

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