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2012 Republican presidential candidate and retired corporate executive Herman Cain reacted to the anticipated passage of the GOP tax reform plan.

Two final holdouts, Sens. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) and Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), recently signaled their support for the plan.

With their support, the whip count reportedly is high enough for final passage.

Cain said the plan may not be his 2012 "9-9-9" plan - which called for nine percent each corporate business tax, personal income tax and national sales tax - but called the new plan "fine, fine, fine."

"The reason that I say that this is still a good plan is because they got all of the big issues right," he said.

Cain said job creators scored a "big win."

But, he said the biggest accomplishment was the plan's repeal of the ObamaCare individual mandate, which requires those who do not purchase health insurance to pay a penalty.

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