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Blagojevich speaks out for first time since entering prison

Former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich is speaking out for the first time since entering prison for corruption over five years ago. In an interview with "Chicago magazine," Blagojevich said he believes he never crossed any lines in seeking to raise campaign contributions.


The Chicago native also described how the pain he felt when his sentence began has slowly turned into sadness. He spends some of his time behind bars mopping floors for eight-dollars a month. Blagojevich is serving 14-years in a Colorado prison for multiple crimes, including trying to sell the U.S. Senate seat that belonged to Barack Obama.

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