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Byron Georgiou Responds to His Critics
Byron Georgiou Responds to His Critics

AIR DATE: June 27, 2011

In recent days Byron Georgiou has discovered what it's like to run for the United States Senate. He has been hit with accusations of bad business dealing and now Sen. Harry Reid has piled on by saying if had known Georgiou's background, he would never have nominated him for a seat on the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission. So are the allegations fair? Or is the Senate Majority Leader trying to push Georgiou out of the race to replace disgraced Nevada Sen. John Ensign?
Byron Georgiou, candidate for the U.S. Senate

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