Sestak has said numerous times that the White House tried to get to get him to drop out of Pennsylvania’s Senate primary against Arlen Specter by offering him another government job. Not surprisingly, the GOP is trying to take advantage of the issue.
Reporters brought up the issue as yesterday’s press briefing. Here’s the first question:
After the jump, watch the barrage of follow-ups that came after, starting with CNN’s Ed Henry.
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