Source: The Huffington Post
NEW YORK – If Herman Cain stumbles on a foreign policy question during Thursday’s scheduled meeting with New Hampshire’s influential Union Leadernewspaper — as he did earlier this week when asked about President Obama’s handling of Libya — don’t expect to see the clip on an endless cable news loop.
That’s because Cain’s campaign requested that the sit-down not be videotaped.
The Cain campaign has decided to canceled its interview with the Union Leader because of a disagreement over timing, according to AP reporter Steve Peoples.
Union Leader publisher Joe McQuaid offered a terse response to Cain’s cancellation: “It’s his loss.”
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