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Coburn Says He Shouldn't Have Used Curse Word to Describe Senate Leader

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Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn is addressing reports that he used profanity to describe Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.

Appearing this morning on Fox News “Fox and Friends” the Oklahoma Republican said: “my words weren’t appropriate, but my frustrations are real.”

Senator Coburn attracted national attention after reports surfaced of his use of the derogatory term to describe his feelings toward Reid.

You can read what he said on The New York Daily News website.

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