Michele Bachmann's New Hampshire Staff Quits

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Michele Bachmann's five-person New Hampshire just quit en masse because in the words of Manchester TV station WMUR they felt "constantly betrayed and even lied to." It's not clear from James Pindell's report, which is behind a paywall, what exactly they're so upset about. He writes that they are still big fans of Bachmann: "They stress that this has nothing to do with their devotion to the candidate. In fact, the staff was going to leave the campaign much earlier, but did not because they felt it wasn't the best for the candidate." But it sounds like Bachmann's absence from the state while she focused on Iowa played a part.

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