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The ever-shrinking group of aspiring presidential candidates is in New Hampshire this week after a stunning conclusion to the Iowa caucuses, which saw Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney end in a practical tie. On Saturday night at 9 ET, Mitt, Rick, Rick, Ron, Newt, & Jon take the stage for another presidential debate. Join The Daily Beast’s John Avlon as he hosts a live chat.
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