(WASHINGTON) -- Although Herman Cain told his senior staff Tuesday morning that he was “reassessing” his campaign’s livelihood in light of an accusation by an Atlanta woman of a 13-year extra-marital affair, Cain’s campaign manager, Mark Block, said in an interview with ABC News Tuesday night that there is “no way he’s dropping out.”
Block said the term “reassessment” was meant to imply a “strategic reassessment” and “not a reassessment of withdrawing” from the race.
Cain, said Block, will outline the specifics of that strategic reassessment during a campaign stop in Dayton, Ohio Wednesday. In Ohio, Block said, Cain “will lay out his way forward.”
When pressed on whether Cain, under any circumstances, would drop out, Block replied that just two things would push him out: “Mrs. Cain, and if we show up to do events and no one is there.”
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