Campaign Manager: Herman Cain 'Never Sexually Harassed Anybody'

Mark Block, Herman Cain's chief of staff, said on Monday the candidate for president had "never sexually harassed anybody. Period. End of story."

Block's comment on MSNBC comes a day after Politico reported allegations that Cain engaged in inappropriate behavior with two women when he was head of the National Restaurant Association.

Cain, who in recent weeks has become a contender for the Republican nomination for president, is in Washington Monday, speaking at AEI about his tax plan.

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