Rev. Charles Coughlin Gives Public Apology to President Roosevelt Hot

Rev. Charles Coughlin Gives Public Apology to President Roosevelt

Reverend Charles E. Coughlin

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Reverend Charles E. Coughlin publicly apologizes for having called President Roosevelt "a liar and a betrayer" during a convention speech four days earlier.

Coughlin says:

"I have no personal quarrel with the President and I believe he is well-intentioned, but he succeeds in surrounding himself with crackpots."

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