Pawlenty says he'd still be in race if he hadn't bet so much on Iowa

Tim Pawlenty says he used up his resources too early and would probably still be a contender if he'd played his cards differently. That said, he defends his decisions at the time. "We thought it was the right call," he tells Forum Communications.
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Tim Pawlenty says he used up his resources too early and would probably still be a contender if he'd played his cards differently. That said, he defends his decisions at the time. "We thought it was the right call," he tells Forum Communications.

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