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7 Times Powerful People Gave Pathetic Apologies for Their Bad Behavior

These lame fauxpologies remind us how not to say “I’m sorry.” Few years have been as full of public apologies as 2017. Wait, let me restate that. Few years have been as full of public apologies, yet rife with non-apologies, as 2017. The #MeToo campaign, along with investigative journalism, forced many well-known people (but mostly men) to attempt sincere shows of public contrition for various longstanding forms of misconduct (but mostly sexual bullying, harassment and abuse).
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