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Scarborough on Kennedy’s kindness


Here’s a column from Joe Scarborough, the host of Morning Joe on MSNBC, in our sister Gannett newspaper, the Pensacola News Journal.

He writes about leaving Congress, where he represented Northwest Florida as a Republican, and soon being shunned by his party and his former colleagues.

All but one.

It’s a story about Ted Kennedy’s kindness and Scarborough’s graciousness.

PHOTO: Bugler Army Sgt. Major Woodrow English plays taps during burial ceremony of Sen. Edward Kennedy at Arlington National Cemetery on Saturday. Kennedy, 77, died Tuesday, Aug. 25, more than a year after he was diagnosed with a brain tumor. (AP Photo/Richard A. Lipski, Pool)

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Noreen O'DonnellNoreen O'Donnell For the last 20 years, Noreen O'Donnell has written about Hillary Clinton's run for the Senate, rebuilding Ground Zero, the Korean immigrants who travel north each day from Queens to work in nail salons, deadly runaway fire trucks and other stories in Westchester and Putnam counties. Now she's a columnist.

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