Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid apologized Saturday for some racially insensitive things he said about Barack Obama during the presidential campaign.
A new book written by two journalists quotes Reid as saying that Pres. Obama’s “light-skinned” appearance would help him as a candidate, as would his speaking pattern “with no Negro dialect, unless he wanted to have one.”
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President Obama accepted Senator Reid’s apology.
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