Blagojevich Book Offers His Side

In the past nine months, Rod Blagojevich has been charged with trying to sell the U.S. Senate seat vacated by Barack Obama, impeached and ousted as Illinois governor, mocked by comics and relegated to singing Elvis Presley's "Treat Me Nice" at a neighborhood festival to earn some money. In "The Governor," a memoir in stores today, and in an hour-long interview with USA Today, Blagojevich presents a very different portrait of himself: He's an innocent man, a victim of an overzealous federal...Full Story
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