Mark Sanford: Reaching Out After a Fall

Former Gov. Mark Sanford provides a good example of one of the few politicians who can regain the public's trust after a very public misstep. (It's important to note that Sanford's affair was considered much less of an issue than his leaving the state with the administration not knowing where he was.)

Prior to the primary runoff election of yesterday, a debate moderator asked Sanford, "How do you reconcile redemption with the mistrust in the personal decision [you made] which could or may have compromised the state and the party?"