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Topic - Glenn Selig
"This is the same charge or a similar charge to what Martha Stewart was convicted of and Martha Stewart has done pretty well for herself," Selig said of the homemaking diva who went back to being a media star after being convicted of conspiracy, obstruction of justice and, like Blagojevich, making false statements to federal authorities.
"He's done commentary on news programs talking about issues unrelated to his own," Selig said of Blagojevich. "The camera seems to really like him and I think the public has really enjoyed hearing from him and he would make a terrific host."