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November 30th, 2011
12:54 PM ET

Clips From Last Night: Herman Cain "reassessing," Conrad Murray verdict

Herman Cain senior advisor Niger Innis was a guest on "Piers Morgan Tonight" last night, and talked about whether "reassessing" his campaign signaled the end of his candidate's chances. "The Cain Train is moving full steam ahead," Innis told Piers Morgan. "It would be a real tragedy for our country if we have a new standard for minority conservatives or for women conservatives, whose characters get shredded by the establishment media."

Also on the show was John Walsh of "America's Most Wanted" and actor Dane Cook:

Walsh on the Conrad Murray sentencing: "I think doctors have to say it isn't worth it, it isn't worth ruining my career."

Said Cook: "I am also having an affair with Cain...and because I said it on TV, it's true."

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  1. Blake

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    May 23, 2012 at 3:57 am | Report abuse | Reply

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