Herman Cain's Wife Stands By Her Husband Against Sex Harassment Allegations: 'That's Not the Person He Is'
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And people don't realize that when you throw -- when those people threw mud on Herman, they didn't think about the fact that you're throwing mud on the wife or the spouse. You're throwing mud on the children. And we all have to endure what you're doing, and it's worse when you know that some of the things that these people are saying -- no.

VAN SUSTEREN: Is there any part of you at all that wonders whether -- I mean, there's a little piece whether this could be true?

GLORIA CAIN: No. Because I keep going back to -- now, in the beginning, I started thinking in my mind, Could I have missed something? But then I always go back to the beginning. No, I'm not missing anything. I know Herman. I know him.

Now, there was one other thing -- and I'm one of those people and I have this thing of putting the pieces together. So it's like the power of, what, deduction? I looked at especially this last lady and the things that she said, and I'm thinking he would have to have a split personality to do the things that she said.


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