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Bachmann takes a self-deprecating look back at her campaign in CPAC speech

Michele Bachmann told the Conservative Political Action Committee that running for president is a series of humiliations. She then referenced some of her campaign gaffes by explaining that she learned important lessons like where John Wayne was born and when Elvis Presley was born. "These are vital issues to our republic!" she said.
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Michele Bachmann told the Conservative Political Action Committee that running for president is a series of humiliations. She then referenced some of her campaign gaffes by explaining that she learned important lessons like where John Wayne was born and when Elvis Presley was born. "These are vital issues to our republic!" she said.

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