When Michele Bachmann accused Newt Gingrich in the latest Republican debate of once supporting a cap-and-trade program to curb global warming, he huffily denied it and told her she should get her facts straight.
Minnesota rivals Tim Pawlenty and Michele Bachmann sparred bitterly Thursday night during an eight-candidate Republican debate, trying to break out of the GOP presidential pack ahead of an Iowa test vote with huge consequences.
While most of the attention heading into this weekend’s Iowa straw poll is on Michele Bachmann and Tim Pawlenty, lesser-known Republican presidential candidates are working equally as hard to pull off a surprise.
It’s been 60 days since Republican presidential hopeful Tim Pawlenty last visited New Hampshire.
The surest place to find Michele Bachmann on Sundays this summer is at a worship service somewhere in Iowa, offering the testimony of a Republican presidential candidate who has long tied her political beliefs to her faith.
The Bible tells wives to be submissive to their husbands. If she were president, would that apply to Michele Bachmann?
On Thursday night, presidential hopeful and former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty will debate in Greenville, S.C. It’s the first primary Republican debate before the GOP primary.