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Bachmann Hints at Path to Nomination

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Gesturing to the Tea Party movement, presidential hopeful Michele Bachmann says she has "no doubt" she can win over voters in New Hampshire and South Carolina, not just in the state of Iowa where she was born.


"The Tea Party took over the Republican Party apparatus in New Hampshire and in South Carolina, so it's really a new wave," the Minnesotan congresswoman told Bret Baier during an impromptu appearance on Special Report's online show.

Bachmann, who announced on Monday during the New Hampshire debate that she had filed her papers to run for president, said she already has people "on the ground" in New Hampshire and South Carolina: "We are organizing in those states."

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