Michele Bachmann says John McCain will help her pay off $1 million in campaign debt

The Republican senator will hold a fundraiser in Washington this week while the Bachmann camp plans its own major fundraiser in Minnesota to raise money to retire debt from her presidential bid.
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The Republican senator will hold a fundraiser in Washington this week while the Bachmann camp plans its own major fundraiser in Minnesota to raise money to retire debt from her presidential bid.

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