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Eric Greitens’ lost chapter: Inside his disappearance from public life before Senate run

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The Kansas City Star

WASHINGTON — Around 20 minutes before Eric Greitens officially became the former governor of Missouri, he put out a 1,485-word list of his gubernatorial accomplishments. It served as a resume of sorts for the man whose credentials had always been sterling. Full ride to Duke. Truman scholar, Rhodes scholar. Amateur boxing medals and sub-three-hour marathons. Spent time with Mother Teresa and served time in an elite branch of the United States military. Nonprofit founder, aide to veterans. Rising political star, possible future president. But while climbing the mountain he had reached a cliff. L…

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