Jesse Jackson Jr

September 22, 2010 by USA Post 

Jesse Jackson Jr, Rep. on Tuesday denied allegations he offered to raise huge funds to finance the campaign for Rod Blagojevich, the former governor of Illinois, for the exchange of appointment and Senate seat being vacated by then Barack Obama.

Jesse Jackson, Jr., even apologized reports of interactions with a woman “known socially.” He called being a “private and personal matter.”

Chicago Sun-Times reports that a businessman from Oak Brook Raghuveer Nayak said that Jesse Jackson two years ago forced him to make known Blagojevich for his willingness to donate one and $ 6 million in political contributions in a designated seat in Mr. Obama the Senate. Raghuveer Nayak had campaigned for Blagojevich and for Jesse Jackson.

However, Jess Jackson called all these allegations as “ridiculous”

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