July 29, 2010


Rangel Braces for a Bad Day

A "clearly dejected" Rep. Charles Rangel (D-NY) arrived at his Capitol Hill office telling ABC News that today could be a bad day.

Said Rangel: "Ahh boy. Sixty years ago, I survived a Chinese attack in North Korea, and as a result, I wrote a book that having survived that, that I haven't had a bad day since. Today, I have to reassess that statement. Thank you."

The Washington Post says Rangel "is headed for a legacy-defining moment Thursday, in which the 40-year veteran will either admit to a string of ethical misdeeds or force the preliminary phase of a historic trial on those charges."










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