Bachmann camp denies Mitt Romney endorsement rumor

The Boston Globe earlier quoted anonymous sources suggesting Michele Bachmann might soon endorse her former rival, Mitt Romney. But Bachmann's team said the report is "completely false" and asked the paper retract the article. Romney is making a campaign stop in the Twin Cities on Wednesday.
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The Boston Globe earlier quoted anonymous sources suggesting Michele Bachmann might soon endorse her former rival, Mitt Romney. But Bachmann's team said the report is "completely false" and asked the paper retract the article. Romney is making a campaign stop in the Twin Cities on Wednesday.

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