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Endangered Florida Governor Rick Scott just can’t help himself when it comes to dodging a simple question about his latest scandal. Watch as he ducks a question 4 times in 60 seconds, choosing instead to stick to his talking points. He can’t even answer a question about how he won’t answer a question. Local and national media could hardly believe what they were seeing.

Scott is keen to remind you that he is “very appreciative” though. Amazing.

Video courtesy of American Bridge 21st Century.

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