"I don’t see another way it could’ve come out," Cain said in an unannounced radio interview with conservative commentator Sean Hannity. "There aren’t enough bread crumbs that we can lay down that leads us anywhere else at this point in time."
Those "bread crumbs"? Herman Cain's—who can't remember what he said from one campaign stop to another—sudden recollection of a conversation he had eight years earlier.
It seems that Cain, who just 24 hours earlier complained about media focus on the sexual harassment story, saying:
That is the D.C. culture. Guilty until proven innocent.
... has no problem with guilty until proven innocent if it'll distract the media and take some of the heat off him.
Good luck with that, Herman.