(CNN) - Former GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain, who suspended his campaign on Saturday, said he’s considering ways to keep his voice heard in the presidential process.
"Well, obviously the doors to radio or TV, those doors are open," Cain said in an interview on Fox News Thursday night.
Cain's voice is no stranger to the world of punditry. Prior to launching his bid for president, Cain worked as a conservative radio talk show host out of Atlanta and wrote a syndicated column.
While he said there's no chance he'll reemerge as a candidate, he said he still plans on maintaining a “vocal” presence.
"What I'm doing the next several days is considering all of these options because I want to create the biggest platform for me to continue to talk about the ‘trifecta’," he said, referring to his ideas to change the tax system, energy policy, and national security.
"Those are the first three I am going to be very vocal about all the way through this election and beyond," Cain added.
But Cain said he'll take his time to make an endorsement in the GOP race.
The Georgia businessman often faced criticism on the campaign trail over whether he was a serious candidate or simply seeking to amplify his name recognition and boost his media career.
He repeatedly sought to put those rumors to rest.
"I'm not doing it to get a TV show," Cain said in October at a campaign stop in Georgia. "I don't want a TV show. I don't want another book deal. I want to help save this nation."
The former Godfather's Pizza executive suspended his campaign after facing questions about an alleged extramarital affair and multiple allegations of sexual misconduct when he led the National Restaurant Association.
Cain forcefully denied all the claims and said he decided to end his campaign due to the affect the allegations had on his family.