Despite Gifts Scandal, McDonnell Says He'll Finish Term as Virginia Governor
Gov. Robert McDonnell, a day after his attorneys met with federal prosecutors to argue against filing legal charges related to gifts and money he and his family received from a political donor, said he intends to serve out the rest of his term.
Virginia Gov. Robert F. McDonnell (R), appearing Tuesday at a Fairfax County event to highlight efforts by the technology sector to employ veterans, deflected a host of reporters’ questions about the scandal that has consumed the waning days of his tenure.
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