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Bill O'Reilly bashes Michele Bachmann

Fox's Bill O'Reilly criticizes Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann for her comments on President Obama's White House perks.


Michele Bachmann to endorse former rival Mitt Romney

While seeking the Republican nomination for president for much of last year, Michele Bachmann urged voters in her party to support her as the true conservative in the race — a plea that was an implicit dig at front-runner Mitt Romney.


Bachmann says she won't be on 'DWTS'

Former GOP presidential candidate Michele Bachmann says she's not joining the new cast of "Dancing with the Stars."


Bachmann: No talks on endorsing Romney

Mitt Romney may be holding a rally in Minnesota on Wednesday, but it's not an indication that he'll win the backing of former rival Michele Bachmann, the Minnesota congresswoman said.


Michele Bachmann running for reelection

Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) announced Wednesday morning that she will run for her fourth term in 2012. “I’m looking forward to coming back and bringing a strong, powerful voice to Washington, D.C.,” Bachmann told the Associated Press. The former presidential candidate’s future plans had been in some doubt. Redistricting could make her 6th district seat more competitive, and she spent much of the year in Iowa proclaiming herself “an Iowa girl” — not so helpful for winning an election in Minnesota.


The Caucus: Bachmann Says She Will Not Continue in the Race

Michele Bachmann

Of the candidates who competed in Iowa, Mrs. Bachmann placed last, but vowed to go on to South Carolina. But on Wednesday, she changed directions and said that she would not continue campaigning.


Bachmann tells supporters she's staying in race

Congresswoman Michele Bachmann tells a small group of supporters that she's staying in the presidential race, saying she's the only true conservative who can beat President Barack Obama in November.

Senh: She's last, and she's not giving up. I like the spirit, but she's kinda delusional now.


Republican candidates make final pitches in Iowa

Iowa Caucuses: New Gingrich

Former House speaker Newt Gingrich, who led Iowa and national polls in November, said Monday he did not expect to win Tuesday's Iowa caucuses, but will declare victory because he has survived an onslaught of negative advertising.

Senh: Is it even fair that a campaign group supporting Mitt Romney can spend $3.5M in attack ads against Newt Gingrich, who don't have that kind of money to spend for a response ad? Romney is campaigning like he's already won the GOP nomination, attacking Barack Obama instead of his fellow GOP candidates.


Bachmann draws few at campaign events

Michele Bachmann

After drawing relatively large crowds on her 99-county Iowa bus tour, Rep. Michele Bachmann on Friday had trouble attracting many voters to two campaign events.

Senh: At least Michele Bachmann's not quitting, unlike Herman Cain.


Donald Trump debate now just a two-man affair

Donald Trump Debate

Is it too late to fire the moderator? Two more Republican candidates -- Michele Bachmann and Rick Perry -- said thanks but no thanks to an invitation to participate in an Iowa debate managed by real estate mogul Donald Trump.

Senh: It's officially NOT a circus. I'm glad the Republican candidates have a line they won't cross... Well, except for Newt Gingrich.


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