Businessman and former Republican presidential contender Herman Cain announced on MSNBC moments ago that he will endorse a candidate for president on January 19th, two days before the South Carolina primary.
Cain counts Newt Gingrich as a personal friend, making him the most obvious choice for the nomination, though his poll numbers have taken a nosedive in the past few weeks.
An endorsement from Cain, who quit the race amid allegations of sexual harassment and marital infidelity, may carry as much weight as one from from former Alaska governor and reality television star Sarah Palin — that is, very little.
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