• With: Herman Cain, businessman

    HANNITY: That's what I'm saying. And you said to me, there's no reason to play detective. Why would -- I don't know, I was trying to put myself in your shoes. I'm falsely accused, saying I'm falsely accused, why wouldn't you want to get and say, show me the airline ticket?

    CAIN: Sean, without compromising anything that my attorney and I are working on, we are not done proving or demonstrating --

    HANNITY: There will be more?

    CAIN: There will be more. But for right now, I am going to still be a voice, a very strong voice on behalf of the people who got me this far, the people who got me to be in that final four, as I call it. And that is the people I am going to continue to be a voice, and we are going to talk about that --

    HANNITY: Are you planning on making an endorsement for any of the remaining candidates in this race?

    CAIN: I am in the process of making that evaluation. Remember, as a businessman, I don't shoot from the lip. And so, I have some discussions that I am going to have with several of the candidates and we've got have to see how far apart we are.

    HANNITY: Who has sought your endorsement?

    CAIN: Let's just say that several of them, we have talked.

    HANNITY: Have all of them in sought your endorsement?

    CAIN: Not all of them.

    HANNITY: Many of them?

    CAIN: Many of them have.

    HANNITY: Have two of the top ones sought your endorsement?

    CAIN: I have had initial conversations with two of the top ones.

    HANNITY: You are tough.

    CAIN: But here's the thing, you know. As a businessman I want to look at how far or how close we are on solutions, and ideas and this sort of thing. And I'm not going to do that quickly. I'm going to take my time in this issue.

    HANNITY: What might be next for Herman Cain? Because I have no doubt that there is a TV-radio future if you wanted one.

    CAIN: Right.

    HANNITY: What would be the next step for you?

    CAIN: Well, obviously the doors to radio or TV, those doors are open.

    HANNITY: I already talked to the radio guys. That door is not only wide open, it's swung open, I won't say who PD is, but everybody else who knows it --

    CAIN: Right. Right. So, I got to tell you, people that know me, they have been very gracious. What I'm doing over the next several days is considering all of these options because I want to create the biggest platform for me to continue to talk about the trifecta. Replacing the tax code with 9-9-9, energy independence and national security because this administration has weakened our military and that's not good for this country. Those are going to be the first three that I am going to be very vocal about all the way through this election and beyond.

    HANNITY: All right. Now, Monday night you are going to be back on this program.

    CAIN: Yes.

    HANNITY: After the debate this weekend.

    CAIN: Yes.

    HANNITY: And we will get your analysis, having been there, and I look forward to seeing you on Monday.

    CAIN: That would be fun.

    HANNITY: Herman, we really appreciate it. Thanks so for being with us. It's great to see you again.

    CAIN: Happy to do it.

    HANNITY: And all the best. And I appreciate your time.

    CAIN: I'll see you.

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