Huntsman’s Future Depends on Fine-Tuning His Big Ideas Now: Viewthe Editors
Jan. 11 (Bloomberg) -- The presidential campaign of Jon M. Huntsman Jr. has always had the feel of a trial run for 2016. He didn’t bother to compete in Iowa, and his organization in the two upcoming primary states, South Carolina on Jan. 21 and Florida on Jan. 31, is threadbare. He fought hard in New Hampshire, though, and eked out only a respectable third-place behind Mitt Romney and Ron Paul, failing to win the breakthrough he sought from yesterday’s primary.
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