MILWAUKEE -- Republican Governors Association Chairman Bobby Jindal defended embattled Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell (R) Sunday, saying McDonnell did the right thing by apologizing to the people of Virginia for a gifts scandal that has seized his final months in office.
"I have talked to Bob. I think he's done a great job as governor of Virginia," Jindal, the governor of Louisiana, told reporters here. "I think he did the right thing by returning those gifts and by apologizing to the people of Virginia."