Trump’s Chief of Staff MARK MEADOWS Admitted “WE (The Trump Administration) KILLED REV. HERMAN CAIN.” - Living Strong Television Network
Trump’s Chief of Staff MARK MEADOWS Admitted “WE (The Trump Administration) KILLED REV. HERMAN CAIN.”
Donald Trump with Herman Cain

Trump’s Chief of Staff MARK MEADOWS Admitted “WE (The Trump Administration) KILLED REV. HERMAN CAIN.”

Daniel Whyte III, President of Gospel Light Society International, says finally someone admits that the Gung-Ho foolishness of the Trump administration regarding the Coronavirus Plague KILLED HERMAN CAIN. Whyte says he is waiting for someone from the Trump administration to admit they KILLED PASTOR HARRY JACKSON as well. He is also waiting for former President Trump to properly and publicly recognize and honor these two black preachers who were loyal to Trump until death. The families of these two preachers of the Gospel ought to receive at least $3 million a piece and ought to at least be properly, publicly, permanently, and prominently honored at Mar-a-Lago and or Trump’s Presidential Library.

  • Hutchinson writes in her memoir that she pointed out to the president that his makeup was getting everywhere
  • Herman Cain, the 2012 Republican candidate, was hospitalized with Covid after going maskless at a Trump rally

Former Trump aide Cassidy Hutchinson claims he stopped wearing masks because they smeared his bronzer, and that Mark Meadows admitted ‘We killed Herman Cain’ during an Oklahoma rally at the height of the pandemic.

Hutchinson said she had pointed out to Trump that his makeup was getting everywhere.

She said Meadows admitted that a superspreader campaign rally Trump held indoors in Tulsa in June 2020 led to the death of 2012 GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain, according to CNN.

Hutchinson’s book provides new details about the Trump White House’s chaotic COVID response, which likely cost the ex-president reelection in 2020.

Trump’s supporters proudly flouted mask rules to follow their leader, but the ex-president initially tried wearing a mask while touring a mask-making facility in Phoenix, Arizona in May 2020, two months into the pandemic.

Trump ‘decided on a white mask,’ Hutchinson wrote, according to an excerpt in The Guardian, and then asked staffers what they thought.

‘I slowly shook my head,’ Hutchinson recalled. ‘The president pulled the mask off and asked why I thought he should not wear it. I pointed to the straps of the N95 I was holding. When he looked at the straps of his mask, he saw they were covered in bronzer.’

‘Why did no one else tell me that?’ she recalled the president snapping. ‘I’m not wearing this thing.’

She noted that the press criticized Trump for not wearing a mask during the trip ‘not knowing that the depth of his vanity had caused him to reject masks – and then millions of his fans followed suit.’

When Trump did finally don a mask publicly – in July of 2020 and on a trip to Walter Reed – he wore a Navy blue one, which would better hide makeup smears.

Trump also grew tired of social distancing and decided to, in June 2020, hold his first campaign rally in months.

The original plan for the rally – to be held in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Juneteenth – was criticized because Tulsa had been the site of a race massacre 99 years before.

Juneteenth was supposed to be an uplifting holiday for African-Americans, as it marked the day the final enslaved Americans were informed of their freedom.

Vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris said at the time, ‘This isn’t just a wink to white supremacists – he’s throwing them a welcome home party.’


The Trump campaign bowed to pressure from black leaders and changed the date – but they kept the city and venue, meaning attendees would be gathered inside and many flaunted health advisories to stay masked.

‘We killed Herman Cain,’ Meadows told Hutchinson, she wrote in her book Enough.

She said he asked for Cain’s wife’s phone number.

A spokesperson for Meadows disputed Hutchinson’s account to CNN.

The spokesperson said it was offensive for Hutchinson to suggest this was how Meadows reacted to 74-year-old Cain’s death.

‘In the days after he was expressing exasperation that the media would blame the president for Mr. Cain’s death,’ Meadows’ spokesperson said.

Among them was Cain, one of the highest-profile black Republicans.

By early July Cain had been hospitalized for COVID.

He died later that month.

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