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CNN's Cuomo Blames Trump Rally For Herman Cain's Death


During his primetime show on Thursday evening, far-left CNN host Chris Cuomo blamed President Donald Trump and his Tulsa, Oklahoma rally for the death of former Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain.

“Now, maybe he didn’t get it there. Sure, as hell didn’t help. May Herman Cain rest in peace. He fell ill not long after that rally in June, the one in Tulsa, Oklahoma. You see him not wearing a mask.” Cuomo said. He later claimed that President Trump encouraged Cain “to go to a rally where nobody would socially distance and nobody would wear masks.”


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While talking with Newsmax CEO Chris Ruddy, Cuomo said, “I’m sorry about Herm. I’m sorry for his family and I’m sorry for his extended family. He had a lot of life left in front of him. And I’m sorry we lost him as soon as we did and how we did.”

Ruddy set the record straight, stating that Cain had been traveling frequently.

"Herman would — not want Americans to be sorry about his death," Ruddy said. "He loved America. He loved this country. He contributed to the very bitter end to this country and making it great and keeping it great. And so — and he was on borrowed time. You know, he had stage four cancer in 2006. He survived it. He beat it. And I think that was part of the thing. He was traveling all over the country. He thought he was invincible, and he wasn’t invincible. This virus is going around, and he was doing book signings and going out on film tours. And he was at the Tulsa rally, a number of things. And you just couldn’t stop the man. So, he was a force of nature, great American. And we will miss him."

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Ruddy continued, “Herman Cain, I loved Herman Cain, but Herman Cain had cancer. He knew the risks. He still wanted to live life to the fullest. He still wanted to travel. He was on planes going all over the country. And it wasn’t the President of the United States to told him to travel. People that know.”

Cuomo then decided to try blaming Cain's death on President Trump again by saying, “Yes, but he encouraged him to go to a rally where nobody would socially distance and nobody would wear masks.”

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Shortly after Cain died, President Trump tweeted, “My friend Herman Cain, a Powerful Voice of Freedom and all that is good, passed away this morning. Herman had an incredible career and was adored by everyone that ever met him, especially me. He was a very special man, an American Patriot, and great friend. I just got off the phone with his amazing wife Gloria, daughter, Melanie, and son Vincent to express my deepest condolences to the entire family. @FLOTUS Melania and I loved Herman Cain, a great man. Herman, Rest In Peace!”

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