GOP Twitter Debate: Dose Of Attention Deficit?

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GOP presidential hopefuls use 140 characters or less to answer the question: "As president, how will you avoid continually raising the debt ceiling?"

GOP presidential hopefuls use 140 characters or less to answer the question: "As president, how will you avoid continually raising the debt ceiling?" Amy Ta/NPR hide caption

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During Thursday's first presidential debate on Twitter, six Republicans tweeted about jobs, the debt ceiling and the U.S. role in Libya. They criticized Obama and shared links to their videos and websites. Host Michel Martin discusses the debate's hits and misses with U.S. News and World Report's Mary Kate Cary and Engage D.C.'s Jordan Raynor.

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