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Senior Republican fights to save his job in page scandal

September 1, 2018
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Behind the scenes, other senior Republicans weighed whether Representative J. Dennis Hastert could survive the scandal surrounding former Representative Mark Foley. (International Herald Tribune — 6 hours ago)
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Behind the scenes, senior Republicans weighed whether Speaker J. Dennis Hastert could survive the scandal surrounding former Representative Mark Foley. (New York Times — 2 hours ago)
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Disgraced congressman at the centre of a Washington sex scandal wasabused by a clergyman, his lawyer says. – (The Age — 13 hours ago)
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Disgraced lawmaker Mark Foley’s behavior was affected by alcoholism and childhood molestation but he “never attempted to have sexual contact with a minor,” his attorney said yesterday in the first extensive defense of the Florida Republican’s actions, which have rocked Congress and the GOP. (Washington Post — 9 hours ago)
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Republicans struggle to contain the scandal around ex-Congressman Mark Foley’s e-mails amid new claims. (BBC News — 20 minutes ago)
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As Congress continued to feel the fallout from Rep. Mark Foley’s resignation over a scandal with male pages, Foley’s lawyer announced Tuesday that the Florida Republican had been molested by a clergyman when he was a teenager.���[!] (MSNBC — 19 hours ago)
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Speaker Dennis Hastert brushed aside any suggestion of resignation on Tuesday as Republican leaders in the House of Representatives struggled to contain the fallout from an election-year scandal involving sexually explicit messages from a disgraced lawmaker to underage male interns. (International Herald Tribune — 4 October, 2006)
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The Justice Department ordered House officials to “preserve all records” related to disgraced Rep. Mark Foley’s electronic correspondence with teenagers, intensifying an investigation into a scandal rocking Republicans five weeks before midterm elections. (CNN — 5 minutes ago)
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US President George W Bush voices disgust at a former congressman accused of sending suggestive e-mails. (BBC News — 9 hours ago)
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Rep. Thomas Reynolds, head of the House Republican election effort, said he told Speaker Dennis Hastert after learning a fellow GOP lawmaker sent inappropriate messages to a teenage boy. (MSNBC — 1 October, 2006)
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The F.B.I. has begun a preliminary inquiry into former Representative Mark Foley�s e-mail exchanges with teenage pages, and leaders of both parties demanded inquiries. (New York Times — 2 October, 2006)
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Republican strategists say public revulsion over congressman’s sexually graphic e-mails could compound party’s problems enough to tip scales. (Washington Post — 4 October, 2006)
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David Roth says congressman “has never had sexual contact with a minor” and has entered substance abuse and mental health treatment. (Washington Post — 21 hours ago)
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