A day after new allegations of infidelity against Herman Cain surface, the one time Republican Presidential frontrunner is reassessing his campaign.
FOX News Radio's Rich Johnson reports from Washington DC:
Herman Cain has told his Senior Campaign Staffers he going to conduct an 'assessment' of the state of his campaign.
All this in light of new allegations of a 13-year extra-marital affair; allegations that have opponents like Michele Bachmann wondering:
Bachmann: "Well I can tell you what people have been saying to me since the news came out. In their opinion, they think that this is the end of the road for Herman Cain. They don't feel that he can go on further."
It's unclear right now what Cain's assessment will entail, or how it will be conducted.
In Washington, Rich Johnson, FOX News Radio.