Herman Cain says he won't decide the future of his presidential bid until after he meets with his wife on Friday.
The Republican contender remains on the campaign trail and has not seen his wife since the latest accusations of sexual misconduct.
"Since I've been campaigning all week, I haven't had an opportunity to sit down with her and walk through this with my wife and my family. I will do that when I get back home on Friday," Cain told reporters gathered at his New Hampshire campaign headquarters Wednesday night.
"I am not going to make a decision until after we talk face to face," he said.
The former Godfather's Pizza CEO has planned an aggressive schedule across several states, but he has also outlined a possible exit from the campaign.
Calls for Cain to step down have increased since Atlanta-area business woman Ginger White alleged they had a 13-year affair. The former business executive also revealed his campaign fundraising has suffered.
Cain said the allegations of an extramarital affair have taken an emotional toll on his family, especially on his wife Gloria.
He has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing and in a letter to supporters called White's allegations "completely false" and labeled her "troubled."
Meanwhile, White's credibility has come under scrutiny. The 46-year-old has a history of financial and legal troubles.
Her former business partner sued her for libel and won.
Court records also show White's landlord has repeatedly sued her for failing to pay rent.