Former 2016 GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain has died after battling COVID-19.
A tweet from Cain’s Twitter account announced his death on July 30th. Cain had been battling the Coronavirus for several weeks.
No one knows when or where Cain was infected with the virus, but he was taken and admitted to the hospital days after attending President Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign rally in Tulsa, back in June. The Morehouse graduate did not wear a mask at the event or practice social distancing.
Herman Cain has been an extremely vocal and financial supporter of Trump and was recently named by the Trump campaign as a co-chair of Black Voices for Trump.
Herman Can was 74.