Herman Cain – Cause of Death, Date of Death, and More!

Herman Cain died at age 74, respectable. Check out the death cause, death date, and more facts about the circumstances surrounding politician Herman Cain's death.

Biography - A Short Wiki

Former CEO of Godfather’s Pizza and Tea Party Activist who was a colorful figure in the 2011 Republican presidential primary. Though he led the polls for a period of time he was forced to drop out of the race after allegations of sexual misconduct came to light.

Taking his parents’ advice on getting a good education to heart, he studied math and computer science, and worked for the Navy, Coca Cola, and Pillsbury.

During the Republican primary, he proposed his ‘9-9-9’ flat tax plan, which many criticized as more burdensome to the working class than the rich, and suggested – jokingly – that the border between U.S. Mexico should have an electrified fence.

How did Herman Cain die?

Herman Cain's death was caused by covid-19.

Information about the death of Herman Cain
Cause of deathCovid-19
Age of death74 years
ProfessionPolitician
BirthdayDecember 13, 1945
Death dateJuly 30, 2020
Place of deathAtlanta, Georgia, United States
Place of burialN/A

Quotes

"I challenge anybody to say that I wouldn't know how to approach foreign policy because, unlike some of the other people, I at least have a foreign policy philosophy, which is an extension of the Reagan philosophy. Peace through strength, and my philosophy is peace through strength and clarity."

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"People sometimes hold themselves back because they want to use racism as an excuse for them not being able to achieve what they want to achieve."

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"One of the questions that I often get is, 'Why are you running to be President?'. To Be President! What did I miss? I'm not running to go to Disneyland."

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"The biggest - one of the biggest barriers to driving economic growth is the capital gains tax rate. I propose taking it to zero."

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"This whole notion that all African-Americans are not going to vote for Obama is not necessarily true. I believe a third would vote for me, based on my own anecdotal feedback. Not vote for me because I'm black but because of my policies."

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