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O'Malley cursed on public radio. Now he's raising money off it.
O'Malley cursed on public radio. Now he's raising money off it.

Former Gov. Martin O'Malley used a curse word on a nationally broadcast radio program Monday morning to describe Republican policy ideas, and on Monday afternoon started using it to solicit donations for his potential bid for president. O'Malley has been enjoying growing national attention as an alternative Democratic candidate to front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton,  a role that despite his low showing in polls, has landed O'Malley on Sunday talk shows and National Public Radio.  On Monday, NPR aired two segments of a lengthy interview with Maryland's former governor about his potential bid for president and his thoughts on how to change the...

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