Ginger White is "deeply sorry" for hurting Gloria Cain. She said so on TV on Lawrence O'Donnel's "The Last Word" show on MSNBC this week.
The interview ostensibly was to be about Herman Cain and whether he would stay in the GOP campaign, according the International Business Times. However, the Atlanta businesswoman, who is alleged to have conducted a 13-year shack-up with the one-time GOP frontrunner, veered off course to apologize to Gloria Cain when O'Donnel went off script.
"What would you say to Mrs. Cain?" O'Donnell said.
Ginger White initially declined to comment, but later said: "You are the first person to ask me that."
"I am not a cold-hearted person," she said. "My heart bleeds for this woman because I am a woman, and being in a situation like this cannot be fun. And I am deeply, deeply sorry if I have caused any hurt to her or to his kids, to his family."
Ginger White has a 20-year-old daughter and an 18-year-old son. "I never wanted to hurt anyone," she said.
The video of Ginger White apologizing is right here.
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