Jon Huntsman Jr.ís spring plans; Mitt Romney resonates with tea party; Glenn Beck feuds with Andrew Breitbart
Jon Huntsman Jr., whose tenure as U.S. ambassador to China ends April 30, says he hasn't decided whether to run for president in 2012. The New York Times, however, reports Utah's former governor has already scheduled May visits to the key presidential primary battleground states of South Carolina and New Hampshire in order to test the proverbial waters.
Mitt Romney is the most popular presidential candidate among tea partiers, according to new polling from ABC News/Washington Post.
Andrew Breitbart, the Webmaster who spawned a national controversy in 2010 by releasing an edited video of agriculture officer Shirley Sherrod speaking to the NAACP, is accusing Glenn Beck of abandonment. "Next thing I know, I'm under complete attack without the support of Glenn Beck, who I thought was somebody I could count on," Breitbart said in Wednesday's New York Observer. "He threw me under the bus."
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