Huntsman, Out of Options, Bets It All on New Hampshire
Rachel Maddow took her (mostly) fruitless quest to get a Republican presidential candidate on her show to a new level on Friday. While fringe contenders like Buddy Roemer have eagerly sat down with the MSNBC host,
Republican presidential candidates Jon Huntsman and Mitt Romney disagreed with each other on the United States's trade policy with China during the ABC News debate in New Hampshire on Saturday. (Jan. 7) (/Courtesy of ABC News) Correction:
| MANCHESTER (Reuters) – Republican presidential hopeful Jon Huntsman is gaining support in New Hampshire at the right time, days before Tuesday's key primary election, but he still trails front-runner Mitt Romney by a prohibitive margin.
MANCHESTER, New Hampshire — Republican presidential underdog Jon Huntsman said Saturday he needs to "exceed market expectations" in next week's New Hampshire's primary to continue on to South Carolina and beyond. But the former US ambassador to China
From Politico: A single tweet from Jon Huntsman's senior finance director has become a talking point at the conservative Weekly Standard. Last night, the Standard posted a speculative item with the headline, "Is Jon