Lately, however, this house on "C" Street in Washington D.C. become ground zero for Republican sex scandals involving South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford, a former resident, and Nevada Sen. John Ensign, a current resident.
Lately, however, this house on "C" Street in Washington D.C. become ground zero for Republican sex scandals involving South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford, a former resident, and Nevada Sen. John Ensign, a current resident. Olivier Douliery / Abaca Press / MCT
Lately, however, this house on "C" Street in Washington D.C. become ground zero for Republican sex scandals involving South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford, a former resident, and Nevada Sen. John Ensign, a current resident. Olivier Douliery / Abaca Press / MCT

House on C Street plays unlikely role in Washington scandals

July 24, 2009 04:03 PM

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