Republican frontrunner Herman Cain is struggling to stay on message as he continues to be dogged by sexual harassment allegations. Cain is now accusing the the Perry campaign of leaking that story to the press. But the Perry aide that he believes is behind the leak denies that he had anything to do with it.
These discussions, however, overlook the key, unanswered question: What exactly did Herman Cain do? Will we ever be able to determine if it constituted sexual harassment? And should sexual harassment ever be used in politics?
Carol Costello discusses these questions with Sally Kohn, a political commentator and strategist, and Ruben Navarette, columnist and contributor to CNN.com.