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GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain was brought to tears during a forum in Iowa Saturday.

The presidential hopeful teared up as he spoke about his wife’s emotional response to the news that he was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer, during the two hour Family Leader event.

“I said I wasn’t going to do this!” Cain said, light-heartedly berating himself.

He continued: “It’s as bad as it gets, I will never forget before my wife and I were about to get in the car I said, I can do this…”

Cain paused again. The audience was silent.

“She said, ‘We,’ ” Cain finished, and covered his face with his hand.

He removed his glasses and cleared his eyes with a handkerchief.

Read more at TheRoot.com

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