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ATLANTA (AP) — Herman Cain is learning the hard way what it means to face the glare of the national spotlight.

After captivating Republicans hungry for an alternative to 2012 GOP presidential front-runner Mitt Romney, Cain has made a series of stumbles that have left some questioning whether he’s ready for the White House.

“It’s a learning curve for any candidate who moves from the back of the pack to front of the pack,” Republican strategist Ralph Reed said. “You undergo the political equivalent of a GI tract exam … where every word is weighed and chewed over and scrutinized.”

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