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Va. gov. says he may have met donor

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe said that he may have met a Chinese businessman, whose campaign contribution has come under scrutiny, once or twice but that the two men didn't have a personal relationship. McAuliffe spoke during an appearance on WTOP's "Ask the Governor."

McAuliffe responds to FBI inquiry: Donation was legal | Federal probe reviews donations to Va. governor’s ’13 campaign
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