Blagojevich to appear on national television shows Tuesday
Expect to see former governor Rod Blagojevich on national television again Tuesday.
The ousted governor is scheduled to make appearances on NBC's "Today" show, CNN's "Larry King Live," Fox's "On the Record with Greta Van Susteren," and CBS' "Late Show with David Letterman."
Blagojevich faces federal corruption charges including allegations he tried to profit from appointing a replacement to Barack Obama's former U.S. Senate seat. The former governor has repeatedly denied wrongdoing and will reiterate his innocence Tuesday during those interviews. The senate unanimously voted last week to remove Blagojevich from office.
Blagojevich's publicist, Glenn Selig, says he's somewhat concerned the former governor could be the butt of jokes during the Letterman appearance. Selig says many other politicians have appeared on the show, including presidential candidate Sen. John McCain.
Selig declines to say if the interviews could hurt Blagojevich in a criminal trial.