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Huntsman's Play For Moderates

January 8, 2012
The Sunday morning debate in Concord, N.H. amounts to Jon Huntsman's last stand.  The former Utah governor needs a solid finish in a state he's staked as critical to his now long-shot presidential hopes. But he barely made any waves at Saturday night's debate -- other than speaking Chinese on stage -- and was one of the few candidates to come under fire from Romney, for his service as Ambassador to China under President Obama.

Huntsman brought up that subject again this morning, but this time came prepared with a rebuttal, arguing that Romney was more interested in scoring political points, while he was out serving his country.  

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