Jackson Apologizes for Comments About Obama
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Jackson Apologizes for Comments About Obama

The Rev. Jesse Jackson has apologized for what he calls 'regretfully crude' comments he made about Barack Obama's speeches in black churches. Jackson made the comments during what he thought was 'a private conversation'. Video by AP

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