Herman Cain says he'll be deciding soon on whether to continue his White House bid.
The future of his campaign could be in the hands of his wife. Cain hasn't seen his wife, Gloria, since the latest allegations of infidelity surfaced Monday. He won't make any decisions without talking to her in person.
"It ain't over 'til it's over, and it ain't over yet," Cain said.
Cain admits his fundraising contributions have taken a hit, but most supporters appear to be sticking with him for now. He warns that more allegations could emerge, simply because he has worked with thousands of people over the years.
Newt Gingrich has gained the most from Cain's slip in the polls, becoming the new GOP frontrunner.