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Decision 2012 / Cain #1010698

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 03, 2011
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Washington: Lisa Myers) Damage control by Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain against allegations of sexual harassment featured; details given about his interview with Ginni Thomas†, wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, and the increase in his fundraising. [In Thomas interview, CAIN – says “guilty until proven innocent.”] [Political analyst Charlie COOK†- notes the interview reminded people of the Anita Hill affair.] [In radio interview with Sean Hannity, CAIN – says this is fabrication.] [Campaign manager Mark BLOCK†- challenges accusers to come forward.] [Accuser’s attorney Joel BENNETT††- says the accuser is trying to live a normal life.]

Williams, Brian;
Myers, Lisa

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