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(AUDIO) Governor of Alabama Confesses to Improper Conduct With Aide



Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley (R) has confessed to using suggestive language to one of his aides, Rebekah Caldwell Mason., his senior policy adviser but denies that they had an actual physical relationship.  The two term governor called a press conference in which he apologized to the voters of Alabama and declared that he had already apologized to his family and to the family of Mason:

“I made a mistake. Two years ago I made a mistake.  Today I want to apologize to the people of the state of Alabama and once again, I want to apologize to my family. I am truly sorry and I accept full responsibility.”

An example of the language used by Bentley includes:

“You know what, when I stand behind you and I put my arms around you, and I put my hands on your breasts, and I put my hands on you [indaudible] and pull you real close.  I love that, too.”

“You kiss me. I love that.  You know I do love that.”

Here is the full recording released by the Alabama Media Group:


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