Herman Cain will replace retiring conservative radio host Neal Boortz early next year, the AP reports.
“It’s time for me and my wife, Donna, to hit the road and travel in ways that we have not been able to through most of our 42 years together,” Boortz said of his decision to retire, according to Mediaite.
“Neal has spent his career as a bold, vocal advocate of what is right in this world and condemning that which is not," Cain said. "I promise the torch Boortz is handing off to me will blaze as bright, as bold, and as loud as ever.”
Prior to Cain's presidential bid, the Atlanta businessman hosted a radio show on News/Talk WSB.