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Bachmann says staff departures were part of 'our plan all along'

Her pollster and a top adviser became the most recent staffers to leave, which is leading some analysts to wonder whether she's running low on cash. Not the case, says Bachmann. She says they were just on short-term assignments to help out during the busy summer season.
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Her pollster and a top adviser became the most recent staffers to leave, which is leading some analysts to wonder whether she's running low on cash. Not the case, says Bachmann. She says they were just on short-term assignments to help out during the busy summer season.

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