By Justin Sink - 09/27/11 04:37 PM EDT
Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain said he thinks he can benefit from black disenchantment with the
state of the economy and President Obama, predicting that blacks are “over this first African-American president thing.”
“I believe, quite frankly, that my campaign ... will garner a minimum of a third of the black vote in this country and possibly more, especially after what the president did recently when he was addressing the Black Caucus. That didn’t go over well with a lot of people in this country,” Cain said in an interview on Fox News.
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