In May 2011, I interviewed the Republican Presidential candidates after the Fox News debate in Greenville S.C. about the legality of President Obama's "Kill Order" on Anwar al-Awlaki; an American citizen who was never charged with a crime in connection with allegations of supporting terrorism.
At the time, Herman Cain told me in no uncertain terms that al-Awlaki should be tried before a death sentence is handed down at the whim of the President. After al-Awlaki was killed in October of 2011, Cain changed his tune and said the President's order was a good thing. Not only that, but Cain told Chris Good of Theatlantic.com that he had never heard of me, and didn't recall ever being asked the question. Watch this and see if I asked it or not.