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Bachmann on Washington Post-Bloomberg debate formatRep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) talks about the Washington Post/Bloomberg debate's format during the post-debate show on Tuesday night. (Oct. 11)
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) talks about the Washington Post/Bloomberg debate's format during the post-debate show on Tuesday night. (Oct. 11)
Washington Post reporters Dan Balz, Chris Cillizza and Karen Tumulty discuss key takeaways from The Washington Post-Bloomberg debate in New Hampshire on Tuesday night. (Oct. 11)
Watch the 2012 GOP presidential candidates state their cases on jobs and the economy in the Washington Post-Bloomberg debate at Dartmouth College.
GOP presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich found the roundtable setting more "calming" to the candidates and thought that it helped foster better discussion.
Here are the winners and losers of Tuesday's Washington Post-Bloomberg GOP debate brought to you by the Post's Chris Cillizza. (Written by Chris Cillizza/Edited by Jason Aldag/The Washington Post)
GOP presidential hopefuls Herman Cain and Rick Santorum made remarks to the press in the spin room after the GOP debate.
Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain said that Occupy Wall Street protesters should be demonstrating against Congress, not Wall Street. (Oct. 11)
John Huntsman makes a reference to the flap surrounding Mitt Romney and Rick Perry. In his question, Huntsman accused Romney of destroying business and jobs in his previous career as a businessman.
Herman Cain told Rep. Ron Paul he never called Paul nor his supporters 'ignorant' and responded to criticism of his time working for the Federal Reserve. (Oct. 11)
Mitt Romney responds to Herman Cain's question about his 160-page economic plan.
During The Washington Post-Bloomberg GOP presidential candidate debate at Dartmouth College, the candidates talk about a trade war with China and what the United States can do to even the trade deficit facing the country.
Rep. Michele Bachmann asked fellow GOP presidential candidate Gov. Rick Perry how voters could be sure he would not follow in Obama's spending footsteps. (Oct. 11)
During The Washington Post-Bloomberg debate, GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain talks about his tax plan.
Rep. Michele Bachmann took a shot at Herman Cain's 999 plan, saying when you turn it upside-down, the devil is in the details. (Oct. 11)