Elections 2016

November 10, 2011 7:33 AM

Perry's gaffes during GOP debate could devastate 2012 presidential bid

Gov. Rick Perry and his campaign went into damage-control mode Thursday as Perry vowed to put an epic debate gaffe behind him and return to his core message of job creation and limited government. Making the rounds on the morning shows, the one-time frontrunner for the Republican nomination dismissed speculation that his brain freeze in Wednesday's Republican debate would drive him out of the race.

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