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Campaign 2012 / Cain / A Discussion / "The Quiet Cain" #1006701

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 04, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The sexual harassment claims against Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain when he headed the National Restaurant Assn. in the 1990s updated; details given about Cain's varied statements about the claims. [Reading a statement, attorney Joel BENNETT - outlines his client's charges, complaints and a monetary settlement; comments on the multiple complaints indicating sexual harassment activity.] [On Fox, CAIN - recounts an incident in which he made a gesture about the woman's height; says {several times} he "can't recall," the charges.] A statement from the Cain campaign quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Gloria Borger and Jeffrey Toobin about the Cain story. [TOOBIN - says if this is all the woman says, Cain is not obligated to respond; defends the original Politico story about harassment.] [BORGER - says it is done unless more comes out; comments on cain's approaches to other issues like abortion.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(No location given: Martin Savidge) The wife, Gloria Cain, who has been seen little on the campaign trail, profiled; family photos shown; details given about Gloria's medical problems, how they met, dated and married in 1968. [On HLN, Herman CAIN - says the innuendos are hard on his wife.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Savidge, Martin

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