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Arnold's Apology

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Arnold's Apology

Arnold's Apology

Arnold's Apology

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On Thursday, just days before the California gubernatorial recall election, Arnold Schwarzenegger kicked off a statewide bus tour with an apology for bad behavior. The apology came hours after a Los Angeles Times story in which six women accused Schwarzenegger of groping and harrassing them. Jack Pitney, a professor at Claremont College, joins Lynn Neary to talk about the political fallout.

Guest:

Jack Pitney
*Author of The Art of Political Warfare (University of Oklahoma Press, 2001)
*Professor of Government at Claremont McKenna College