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Sanford: ‘I never failed the taxpayer’

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Former South Carolina governor Mark Sanford tells TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie that even though he failed in his personal life, he never used taxpayer money for trips to see his now-fiance. Sanford’s sons, he said, urged him to make a political comeback.