Old Policitians Who Made New Moves

Y'all know Blanche Taylor is making a comeback!

Old Politicians Who Made New Moves - Blanche Taylor Suggs is trying her hardest to revamp her style so she'll be re-elected into city council again...and it seems to be working out for her! Take a look at a few real-life politicians who altered their style and came out back on top!(Photo: BET)

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Old Politicians Who Made New Moves - Blanche Taylor Suggs is trying her hardest to revamp her style so she'll be re-elected into city council again...and it seems to be working out for her! Take a look at a few real-life politicians who altered their style and came out back on top!(Photo: BET)

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President Barack Obama - Talk about a great political comeback! Many fail to remember that in 2000 President Obama, a state senator in Illinois at the time, "lost a U.S. Senate Democratic primary for the U.S. House of Representatives by a margin of 2 to 1." The new move that made him? Riding the early opposition bandwagon to the United States war in Iraq. The rest was pretty much history!   (Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Bill Clinton Visits Apparel Manufacturer in Haiti - Former President Bill Clinton visited the apparel manufacturer Industrial Revolution II in Haiti as part of a two-day trip. Clinton was supporting the company's mission to "create long-term, sustainable economic development within the region of Port-Au-Prince," according to a statement. (Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)

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Bill Clinton - We know Bill Clinton's fall from grace story all too well. There's even a show (ScandalBET) that some may say is loosely based on his story, too! The former president made his comeback in 2010, though, being announced as "Person of the Year" by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals for promoting the benefits of following a vegan diet. In 2012, Clinton even gave President Obama a widely acclaimed endorsement speech.(Photo: Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)

Mea Culpa - Former New York congressman and failed mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner apologized for his embarrassing campaign. "It certainly didn't go as I had hoped," Weiner wrote in a Facebook message to supporters. "I continue to be deeply sorry that my personal mistakes undermined an amazing campaign that included too many amazing staffers to mention and hundreds of volunteers and many of you who kept active from afar with ideas, contributions and encouraging notes." (Photo: Mario Tama/Getty Images)

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Anthony Weiner - Anthony Weiner was a rising Democratic star representing a New York City district. His political star began to fall after images of his private parts were leaked on the Internet. First blaming a hacker for breaking into his Twitter account, the sheer strangeness of the story was too much to overcome. Weiner resigned and kept a low profile. That is until he announced Monday that he recieved a political columnist position at Business Insider. Now who's going to be exploiting who?(Photo: Mario Tama/Getty Images)

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Marion Barry - Four years prior to being sworn in for the second time as the mayor of Washington, D.C., Marion Barry was forced from the mayor's office and later imprisoned for being caught on videotape smoking crack. The politician made the ultimate comeback, now acting as the councilman for Washington, D.C. Can't keep a good man down, can you?(Photo: Andrew Harnik/ The Washington Times /Landov)