Cain asks journalists to read code of ethics

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Presidential hopeful Herman Cain and his campaign said he's "back on message," following a week of maneuvering sexual harassment allegations, and encouraged journalists not to dwell on "rumors," reported the L.A. Times.

"Don't even go there," Cain told a reporter who asked about the allegations Saturday after a Tea Party event, according to the L.A. Times.

Cain told reporters to read a copy of "the journalistic code of ethics," according to the New York Times.

Republican Jon M. Huntsman wanted more clarity on the situation.

"It's up to Herman Cain to get the information out and get it out in total," Cain said, reported the New York Times.

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