Herman Cain Net Worth

How much is Herman Cain worth?

Net Worth:$10 Million
Date of Birth:December 13, 1945
Date of Death:July 30, 2020 (74 years old)
Height:1.84 m, 6 ft
Herman Cain Net Worth:
$10 Million

Former CEO of Godfather’s Pizza and Tea Party Activist who was a colorful figure in the 2011 Republican presidential primary. Though he led the polls for a period of time he was forced to drop out of the race after allegations of sexual misconduct came to light.

Taking his parents’ advice on getting a good education to heart, he studied math and computer science, and worked for the Navy, Coca Cola, and Pillsbury.

During the Republican primary, he proposed his ‘9-9-9’ flat tax plan, which many criticized as more burdensome to the working class than the rich, and suggested – jokingly – that the border between U.S. Mexico should have an electrified fence.

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Her career began after he was able to graduate with a degree in Mathematics. Later, he graduated with a Master of Science in Computer Science. He pursued his Master’s degree as he continued to work with the US Department of the Navy. In the year 1977, he was able to join Pillsbury Company, which was located in Minneapolis. He rose to become the company vice president. In the 1980s, he enjoyed massive success as a business executive at Burger King. He has served as a Chairman and as a CEO of Godfather’s Pizza. He held this position from the year 1986 to the year 1996.

Personal Life

He grew up in Tennessee, to an impoverished family, his mother working as a domestic, and his father’s jobs including chauffeuring for the Coca Cola company.

Though he failed in his presidential ambitions, he kept himself in the public spotlight through, among other appearances, a regular segment on Stephen Colbert’s late night comedy show.

Inspirational Quotes by Herman Cain

The way to connect with voters on the plan is to simply give the facts. Fifty per cent of taxpayers pay 97 per cent of the taxes. By most people's standards, that's already fair. The President is playing the class warfare card because he knows that a lot of people may never hear that particular fact. But it's a fact.

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I challenge anybody to say that I wouldn't know how to approach foreign policy because, unlike some of the other people, I at least have a foreign policy philosophy, which is an extension of the Reagan philosophy. Peace through strength, and my philosophy is peace through strength and clarity.

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Chris Christie has been saying for a long time he's not interested in running. The media is trying to create a story by sucking Chris Christie into race, just like they made a story by sucking Rick Perry into the race.

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The 9-9-9 plan would resuscitate this economy because it replaces the outdated tax code that allows politicians to pick winners and losers, and to provide favors in the form of tax breaks, special exemptions and loopholes. It simplifies the code dramatically: 9% business flat tax, 9% personal flat tax, 9% sales tax.

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We need to lower tax rates for everybody, starting with the top corporate tax rate. We need to simplify the tax code. The ultimate answer, in my opinion, is the fair tax, which is a fair tax for everybody, because as long as we still have this messed-up tax code, the politicians are going to use it to reward winners and losers.

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