The former candidate for presidents of the United States died from COVID-19

Former US presidential candidate Herman Cain has died from a coronavirus, according to a statement on the politician’s website.

“Herman Cain — our boss, a friend who was almost a father to many of us-has passed away,” Cain’s representative, Dan Calabrese, wrote on the site.

Cain was hospitalized on July 1. Calabrese confirmed that the policy was a coronavirus.

Cain was 74 years old. In the past, he has survived stage 4 cancer. He worked as a top Manager of fast food companies and as a Manager in Federal Reserve departments. In 2011, he ran for the Republican presidential nomination and at one time led in the polls, but then was accused of sexual harassment and withdrew from the fight.

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Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
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