Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word
First he said the thing:
Then he apologized somewhat.
“[T]o the extent that people feel I was being pejorative, I apologize for that. I should have seen that people might view it that way, and for that, then I’m sorry.”
Then he was forced to make a real apology.
“Last night during the show I spoke about Chelsea Clinton and noted the affection that so many of us have her. I also spoke about phone calls she has made to super delegates to convince them to support her mom. In describing this effort I used a phrase that was inappropriate. I apologize to the Clinton Family, the Clinton Campaign and all of you who are justifiably offended. As I said this morning on MSNBC, all Americans should be proud of Chelsea Clinton, and I am particularly sorry that my language diminished the regard and the respect she has earned from all of us, and the respect her parents have earned in how they raised her.”
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