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As was expected when he agreed to sit down with Oprah, yesterday he taped an interview with her set for broadcast later this week where he admitted to doping during his career. The interview lasted less than 3 hours and came after Lance had apologized to Livestrong employees but did not tell them he had doped. I guess he was just apologizing because he wanted to be on a roll for Oprah later in the day. Why not come clean with the people who are there following the vision you established? Because they can't make him bank like an apology on Oprah can. Armstrong did not go into great detail with Oprah and she, as her custom did not ask him anything that could be remotely called pressing or a followup or anything touchy.
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