Keith Campbell

University of Georgia

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There was another Republican presidential debate last night. What does it take to be up there, and who would want to put themselves through it?

Who Would Want to Be President?

There was another Republican presidential debate last night. What does it take to be up there, and who would want to put themselves through it?

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