Cain camp considering legal action against Politico Washington Post ^ | Thursday November 4, 2011 A Herman Cain aide said Thursday that the Cain campaign is considering its legal options over the original Politico story, which revealed that the former head of the National Restaurant Association was accused of sexually harassing at least two women during his tenure in the 1990s. This is likely not over with Politico from a legal perspective, a campaign official told the Post, stopping short of explaining what exactly he meant by taking legal action against the publication. The Cain campaign has had an attorney advising it since Saturday on crisis management, which hasnt gone particularly well for Cain since the story broke Sunday night. On Thursday night, Politico reported more details of the allegations against Cain, saying that the former NRA head made a sexual overture to [one of the women] at one of the groups events. Politico cited multiple sources independently familiar with the matter and said the woman in question was livid and reported the incident that night to an NRA board member. She left the trade group soon afterwards, the publication reported, (Excerpt) Read more at washingtonpost.com ... Cain camp considering legal action against Politico - Election 2012 - The Washington Post When you have to sue the messenger over your inability to defend your position then you're done.