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Palin to Cain: 'Be candid' on allegations

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Via POLITICO's GInger Gibson, Sarah Palin said Herman Cain - or "Herb," as she memorably called him during a Fox News appearance - said on "On The Record with Greta Van Susteren" that the presidential hopeful "needs to be candid and quite truthful about these sexual allegations."

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Palin didn't say whether she believed the accusers, but did suggest that allegations can linger once they're made. Continue Reading

"It really sucks to be falsely accused, believe me I know because I have been also," she said. "Once a bell is rung it’s really hard to unring it. I’ve been accused of having affairs, and I’ve never had an affair in my life."

That would be a reference to a recent book suggesting she'd had affairs.

Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1111/68455.html#ixzz1dswr0OHN

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