Maine Governor Not Resigning Over Voicemail Rant

LePage and Rep. Drew Gattine met for less than 10 minutes this morning.
0:28 | 08/31/16

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After hinting that he may resign Maine's governor now says. That he will instead seek spiritual guidance he announcement from Paul the page follows. A brief meeting with a state representative with whom he had left a profanity laced message on his voice mail. The governor has also come under fire for blaming out of state blacks and Hispanics for the heroin problem in the state. Now we'll page says he is asking for forgiveness and sincerely apologizes for disrespectful language.

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