Trump joins Bachmann in tele-town hall

The celebrity business mogul did not endorse Minnesota's Republican presidential hopeful and dodged a question on whether he'd join the ticket, but he did join with her on a "town hall style" conference call that Bachmann claims reached 200,000 people. Trump slammed both Democrats and Republicans.
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The celebrity business mogul did not endorse Minnesota's Republican presidential hopeful and dodged a question on whether he'd join the ticket, but he did join with her on a "town hall style" conference call that Bachmann claims reached 200,000 people. Trump slammed both Democrats and Republicans.

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