After former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell (R) was sentenced to two years in prison for public corruption, he maintained his innocence and apologized to the residents of Virginia.
"I am a fallen human being. I have made mistakes in my life. I always try to put the best interests of the people first as governor, but I have failed at times, and some of the judgments that I have made during the course of my governorship have hurt myself, my family, and my beloved people of Virginia. And for that, I am deeply, deeply sorry," McDonnell said after the sentencing.
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