Senator-Elect Scott Brown, whose victory in Massachusetts could derail Democrats' plans in Washington, sat down with Barbara Walters for an interview for ABC's "This Week" on Sunday.
One of the topics touched upon was a nude photo spread for Cosmopolitan for which Brown posed in 1982. Brown defending it, saying it made him who is is today: "If I hadn't done that ... I never would have been sitting here with you."
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He also said he would not be against his own daughters posing nude. "I would leave it up to their discretion." This, from the man who said his daughter is "available to date" during his acceptance speech.
Watch both parts of the interview. The discussion about the nude photos happens at about the 5:30 mark of part 2: