Bachmann says question of bias has delayed decision to join Trump debate

Michele Bachmann says she's concerned the Donald might be leaning too heavily toward one candidate after Trump announced that he's close to making an endorsement. The Bachmann team has not yet decided whether to participate in an upcoming debate moderated by the business tycoon. Trump has also said he's considering running against the Republican field as a third-party candidate.
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Michele Bachmann says she's concerned the Donald might be leaning too heavily toward one candidate after Trump announced that he's close to making an endorsement. The Bachmann team has not yet decided whether to participate in an upcoming debate moderated by the business tycoon. Trump has also said he's considering running against the Republican field as a third-party candidate.

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