tv Missouri Governor Resignation Announcement CSPAN May 30, 2018 3:35pm-3:43pm EDT
>> missouri governor eric greitens is resigning. "the st. louis post-dispatch" writing, the governor abruptly announced he is stepping down effective 5:00 p.m. friday in an impeachment effort. a nexternor admitted to her marital affair but denied allegations he threatened his lover with a compromising photograph. bash last night's announcements to reporters -- announcement to reporters in jefferson city. brighton's: -- ens: today i amn
announcing that i will resign as governor of missouri effective friday, june first. i came to office to fight for the people of missouri, to fight for the forgotten. i love missouri and i love our people. that love remains. to all of those who have worked beside me, sweated beside me, those who gave their time, their energy and their process -- their precious resources, so that we could pursue our ambition, taking missouri in a new and better direction. we have accomplished a lot together. i am proud of you, and i am proud of all of our work. the last few months have been incredibly difficult for me, for
my family, for my team, for my manyds and for many, people that i love. has been designed to cause an incredible amount of strain on my family. millions of dollars of mounting legal bills, endless personal attacks, designed to cause maximum damage to family and friends. legal harassment of colleagues, friends and campaign workers, and it is clear that for the forces that oppose us there is no end in sight. i cannot allow those forces to continue to cause pain and difficulty to the people that i love. i know, and people of good faith no, that i am not perfect, but i
have not broken any laws or committed any offense worthy of this treatment. i will let the fairness of this process be judged by history. it has been a great honor and a privilege to serve as your governor. traveling the state, i have talked to many of you harbor extraordinary anger at this ordeal, and for those who have pushed and promoted. it --hed and remote it pushed and promoted it. for those who have sought vengeance, let us and god pursue justice. we have done, as we have always done, worked to improve the lives of those around us. this is not the end of our fight.
i will always be a fighter for the people of missouri. a great deal of work is left undone. to time has come, though, tend to those who have been care for those who need us most. moment, let us walk off the battlefield with our heads held high. we have a good and proud story to tell our children. let's love them and each other every day. yougod continue to bless and to bless the great state of missouri. [reporters yelling questions] >> governor, are you going to answer questions at any point? >> commencement speeches, all
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