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Herman Cain on Blue Wave, #MeToo, National Anthem & Trump

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Herman Cain has a lot to say.
GV Wire caught up with the businessman, talk-show host and former presidential candidate during a recent Fresno visit.

“I know that women can be paid to lie, that’s all I’m going to say. I do know that some people are jumping on the #MeToo bandwagon simply for money because they did it when I was running for president.”2012 GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain
Cain, a staunch conservative, doesn’t believe a Blue Wave is coming in the November elections.
Noting that Democrats were in power during the Obama administration, Cain said, “What did they do? Shove the Affordable Care Act down our throats. That’s all they did, pass more regulations.”
Cain also expressed doubts about the #MeToo movement, which collapsed his 2012 presidential ambitions.
“I know that women can be paid to lie, that’s all I’m going to say,” Cain said. “I do know that some people are jumping on the #MeToo bandwagon simply for money, because they did it when I was running for president.”

Cain Covers These Subjects

In this Take 5, Cain also talks about:
— The problems the GOP has reaching out to minorities.
— His advice to President Trump.
— The NFL’s recent decision to require players to stand for the National Anthem.
Watch the full video above.
Oh, and Cain’s favorite dining spot while in Fresno: Chef Paul’s Cafe in Chinatown. He said it has great soul food.

David Taub has spent most of his career in journalism behind the scenes working as a TV assignment editor and radio producer. For more than a decade, he has worked in the Fresno market with such stops at KSEE-24, KMJ and Power Talk 96.7. Taub also worked the production and support side of some of TV sports biggest events including the Super Bowl, the NBA Finals and NASCAR to name a few. Taub graduated from the University of Michigan with dual degrees in communications and political science. You can contact David at 559-492-4037 or at Send an Email