Herman Cain

2012 Republican presidential candidate
Herman Cain is a Fox News commentator, food-industry businessman and a 2012 Republican presidential candidate. Born in Atlanta, Cain cooked up a career that landed him in the position of CEO of the National Restaurant Association. But first, he was vice president at the Pillsbury Company and CEO and president of Godfather's Pizza, where he organized a company buyout. In 2004, he made an unsuccessful run for a Georgia Senate seat. But he gained an audience with his Atlanta-based radio show, The Herman Cain Show, and a syndicated newspaper column.

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Wyatt Cenac: Jon Stewart Told Me to 'F*** Off' When I Challenged Him on Race

The former Daily Show writer said his boss made him cry.

BET Wire: Have You Heard About the 'War on Whites'?

President Obama hosted 50 African leaders at an historic summit, Rep. Mo Brooks accused Democrats of waging a "war on whites," Rep. James Clyburn is pretty sure Republicans want to impeach the president — and more.

BET Wire: Who's to Blame for Hard Times in Black America?

President Obama taunts House Republicans; A majority of Americans think Blacks are to blame for their troubles; Herman Cain is shaking his head at Burger King's gay pride – and more.

BET Wire: Be Careful What You Wish For

New Yorkers responded to an NYPD call for photos with images of police brutality; a GOP House staffer tells boss at public event how he's "lucked out" with Obamacare; Donald Trump doesn't like the way President Obama walks – and more.

BET Wire: Post-State of the Union Edition

President Obama hits the road to promote his agenda; Staten Island Congressman Michael Grimm goes gangland on a reporter; Black Republican T.W. Shannon is running for a seat in the U.S. Senate – and more.

BET Wire: The Selfie and Handshake That Shook the World

Obamacare enrollment is on the rise while President Obama's approval ratings continue to fall; Herman Cain says the GOP has a branding and a diversity problem; turns out the first lady wasn't side-eying her husband's funeral selfie — and more.
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