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Cain: Santorum, Gingrich Need to Be 'Realistic' Cain: Santorum, Gingrich Need to Be 'Realistic'

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Campaign 2012

Cain: Santorum, Gingrich Need to Be 'Realistic'

After Mitt Romney won several critical victories on Super Tuesday, former GOP presidential hopeful Herman Cain said that Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum need to look at the numbers, be “realistic” and come up with a "plan B."

“[Romney has] garnered about a third of the delegates, and so it becomes a numbers game,” Cain said on Fox and Friends early Wednesday morning. “Both Santorum and Gingrich have got to look at whether or not they have a plan B because it’s going to be very difficult for plan A, which is to win the nomination, to be realistic at this point.”

 

Cain, who has endorsed Gingrich, also said that he did not see either candidate throwing in the towel.

No matter who ends up winning the nomination, Cain said, he would rally behind the GOP nominee.

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