Bachmann on additions to Mount Rushmore: Garfield or Coolidge

In response to an interview question with ABC News and Yahoo!, the Republican presidential candidate says Ronald Reagan would be a good addition to the South Dakota landmark. But she also thinks James Garfield and Calvin Coolidge might be worthy too if someone were to rework the monument.
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In response to an interview question with ABC News and Yahoo!, the Republican presidential candidate says Ronald Reagan would be a good addition to the South Dakota landmark. But she also thinks James Garfield and Calvin Coolidge might be worthy too if someone were to rework the monument.

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