Former US presidential contender Herman Cain succumbs to COVID-19

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Herman Cain, businessman, TV host and former candidate for the Republican presidential primary, has died after contracting COVID-19, according to a statement posted on his website.

Cain, who was 74, tested positive for the coronavirus in late June after attending Donald Trump’s campaign rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, which marked the relaunch of the president’s campaign for the election of November 3.

Herman Cain, who had been hospitalized in the Atlanta area, defined himself as a ABC, the acronym for conservative black american.

He had tried to obtain the nomination of the party in 2000, then in 2012. <q data-attributes = “{” lang “: {” value “:” fr “,” label “:” Français “},” value “: {” html “:” We are heartbroken and the world impoverished: Herman Cain has gone to join the Lord “,” text “:” We are heartbroken and the world is impoverished: Herman Cain has gone to join the Lord “}}” lang = “en”>Heartbroken and the world impoverished: Herman Cain has gone to join the Lord, can we read in the press release announcing his death.

Herman Cain, who worked his career for Burger King and ran the Godfather’s Pizza channel, had just debuted a new show on Newsmax TV and was hoping to play a role in the presidential campaign.

Donald Trump had at one time considered appointing him to the board of governors of the Federal Reserve.

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