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Rudd admits to 'foolish mistake'
August 19, 2007 - 10:58AM
Federal Labor leader Kevin Rudd says he made a foolish mistake by going to a strip club during a drunken night on an official trip to the United States.
Mr Rudd, a conservative Christian, said he was too drunk to remember much of his visit to Manhattan's Scores "gentlemen's club" in September 2003 with New York Post editor Col Allan and Labor backbencher Warren Snowdon.
He said neither he nor Mr Snowdon had a "completely clear recollection" of whether there were semi-naked women in the club or what they were doing.
"We can't actually recall anything that you wouldn't see in most pubs across Australia," Mr Rudd told the Nine Network today.
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