In CNN appearance, Bachmann denies campaign is struggling

Bachmann says all campaigns have their ups and downs. She spoke to the "State of the Union" show from New Hampshire, where the latest poll shows she is supported by two percent of Republicans.
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Bachmann says all campaigns have their ups and downs. She spoke to the "State of the Union" show from New Hampshire, where the latest poll shows she is supported by two percent of Republicans.

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