By: Megan Gosch
Presidential candidate Herman Cain will announce Saturday whether he will continue on in the upcoming presidential race after facing several controversial setbacks.
Cain mentioned on Friday at a town all in South Carolina that the announcement would come in a news conference scheduled for Saturday morning in Atlanta, reported the Washington Post.
Cain's continuation in the presidential race has been speculated due to Cain's scheduled news conference as well as the blemishes that have marked his campaign thus far.
Cain has recently been accused of having an adulterous 13-year-long affair as well as the perpetrator of several separate instances of sexual harassment and assault.
A recent video-recorded interview with the Milwaukee Sentinel Journal also left Cain appearing uninformed on America's foreign affairs when he struggled to produce an opinion about the issues facing Libya.
However, Cain's news conference, originally scheduled for 11 a.m, has been postponed until early afternoon, reported the New York Times.