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Herman Cain on his Libya Gaffe: ‘999’

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When asked by NBC News Monday in Green Bay, Wisconsin, about how his answer to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel about Libya and his understanding of foreign policy, Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain said, “999.”