Scott Brown Responds To Cain Comments, Challenges Warren

August 30, 2012 12:00 AM
Scott Brown Responds To Cain Comments, Challenges Warren

" TAMPA, FL (CBS) – Two days after Herman Cain accused Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown of being “Republican only in name,” Brown is responding, and other well-known Republicans are coming to his defense.

“I’ve never been a real big party guy,” Brown told WBZ-TV Political Editor Jon Keller. Brown also suggested that Cain doesn’t know what he’s talking about.

“Herman Cain doesn’t live in Mass,” he said.

Brown was careful to quell any potential backlash back at home that he might feel from the convention’s rhetoric, pointing out his appreciation for speeches by Ann Romney, Condoleezza Rice, Sen. John McCain, and others.

“They hit a right tone but didn’t cross the line,” he said.

Cain aside, most Republicans don’t seem to begrudge Brown for his distance "

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