Herman Cain, former Republican presidential candidate, dies after COVID-19 diagnosis

Clay Curtis
August 2, 2020

President Donald Trump kicked off his White House coronavirus briefing Thursday with a tribute to former GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain, who died after battling the coronavirus at the age of 74.

"We knew when he was first hospitalized with COVID-19 that this was going to be a rough fight", the statement read.

Online media outlet Newsmax, where Cain was set to launch a weekly program, also wrote about his passing. "He was a very special person. and unfortunately he passed away from a thing called the China virus", Trump said, using the moniker he often ascribes to the new coronavirus, which was first detected in China.

The announcement failed to mention when and where did Cain contract the virus. owever, it is worth noting that he attended President Donald Trump's indoor rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma less than two weeks before he was tested positive for the virus. Cain attended the rally and was photographed in the audience, sitting close to a number of other supporters, none of them wearing masks.

He had also previously been diagnosed with stage four colon cancer in 2006.

"We send out prayers to Herman's great wife, Gloria".

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Following the heartbreaking news, Bob Jack, the chairman of the Tulsa County Republican Party, assured that the party started to trace those attendees who met with Cain at Trump's rally in Tulsa.

Mitt Romney went on to win the 2012 primary, failing in his bid to unseat former president Barack Obama. Another woman, Sharon Bialek, said that Cain, an acquaintance, groped her in a auto in July 1997 after they'd had dinner in Washington.

Im work as a Baptist minister, radio talk show host and as a businessman. He later managed 400 Burger King locations in Philadelphia and, in 1986, accepted the position of CEO at Godfather's Pizza.

Every single Trump tweet is met with strong opinionated responses, both supporting and attacking him, and the trend continued today as numerous replies to Trump's tweet followed the tone of ones earlier in the day blaming Trump and the Tulsa rally for Cain's death. The plan involved a 9% income tax, a 9% corporate tax, and 9% sales tax.

Within moments of the announcement of Cain's death, the Twittersphere was again raging with vicious accusations that the president could now be blamed for that.

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