GOP presidential candidate and gospel singer Herman Cain showed off his vocal stylings Monday, after answering questions at a press conference.
During an appearance at the National Press Club in Washington D.C, Cain took questions about a recent Politico report claiming that he had been the target of sexual harassment allegations while serving as head of the National Restaurant Association. Cain has denied the veracity of the report outright, and claimed Monday that he was unaware of any settlement handed down to the women who had reportedly brought forth the allegations.
After responding to a number of questions on the latest developments surrounding the sexual harassment story, Cain was given an opportunity by National Press Club president Mark Hamrick to sing. Cain obliged, and went on to sing a religious hymn called "He Looked Beyond My Faults," which included lyrics about seeking forgiveness.
It's not the first time Cain has displayed his singing talents. Earlier this month, a 1991 video of Cain singing a pizza-themed rendition of John Lennon's "Imagine" made the rounds on the internet.
And in August, former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee played backup for Cain during a gospel duet from the Ames Straw Poll in Iowa.