Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain, and at right, Ginger White, a Georgia woman who claims the two had a 13-year affair. (CBS/AP Photo)
ATLANTA (AP) -- Herman Cain is keeping supporters in suspense as
he readies an announcement on whether he'll abandon his White House bid following a string of sexual harassment allegations and a claim of an extramarital affair.
The Georgia businessman is set to say on Saturday whether his
campaign will move forward at what was supposed to be the festive
grand opening of a new headquarters in Atlanta.
Uncertainty is hanging over Cain's embattled effort to win the
Republican nomination, his poll numbers plummeting and his
Some campaign aides say they expect Cain to exit the race. Cain's spokesman J.D. Gordon cautioned late Friday that no decision had been made.
A meeting was expected early Saturday with key staff members.
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