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Mitt Romney, Jeb Bush Could Split Republican Loyalties
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Mitt Romney, Jeb Bush Could Split Republican Loyalties

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Mitt Romney, Jeb Bush Could Split Republican Loyalties

Mitt Romney, Jeb Bush Could Split Republican Loyalties
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Melissa Block speaks with Patrick O'Connor, political reporter for the Wall Street Journal about Mitt Romney telling donors he wants to run again for president in 2016. O'Connor says Romney and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush have the advantage of not being in office and have the ability to raise more money via superPACs before they declare their candidacy.

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