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Opinion | Dear Biden, Kavanaugh and Clinton: Apologies should not be this hard
From Richard Nixon and his corruption, to Joe Biden and his cringeworthy touching, to the Virginia governor wearing blackface, people who serve in public office must meet a higher standard of repentance.
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