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Lance Armstrong’s delusional claim about doping downfall

Disgraced former cyclist Lance Armstrong has sensationally claimed he would not have been banned for life, had he been nicer to people in the sport.

“If I did all that (doping) and I was a gentleman, I had class and I had dignity and I treated people with respect, they would have let me off. No one would have come after me,” Armstrong told CNBC’s Today show on Friday.

“Whether or not I would do it all over again, what I would rather do is go back and win seven-in-a-row against everybody else who was drinking water and eating bread. I believe that would happen,” he said.

Armstrong’s full interview with CNBC can be viewed here.

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