FILE - In this Nov. 18, 2010, file photo Rep. Charles Rangel, D, N.Y., leaves after the House ethics committee recommended that he be censured and pay any unpaid taxes for financial and fundraising misconduct on Capitol Hill in Washington. The 80-year-old Democrat from New York's Harlem neighborhood is ready to make a last stand to salvage his reputation and tell the House that a censure should be reserved for crooked politicians. He will argue that he's not one of them. (AP Photo/Harry Hamburg, File)

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FILE - In this Nov. 18, 2010, file photo Rep. Charles Rangel, D, N.Y., leaves after the House ethics committee recommended that he be censured and pay any unpaid taxes for financial and fundraising misconduct on Capitol Hill in Washington. The 80-year-old Democrat from New York's Harlem neighborhood is ready to make a last stand to salvage his reputation and tell the House that a censure should be reserved for crooked politicians. He will argue that he's not one of them.   (AP Photo/Harry Hamburg, File)
FILE - In this Nov. 18, 2010, file photo Rep. Charles Rangel, D, N.Y., leaves after the House ethics committee recommended that he be censured and pay any unpaid taxes for financial and fundraising misconduct on Capitol Hill in Washington. The 80-year-old Democrat from New York's Harlem neighborhood is ready to make a last stand to salvage his reputation and tell the House that a censure should be reserved for crooked politicians. He will argue that he's not one of them.
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