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GOP campaign rhetoric raising racial concerns

GOP campaign rhetoric raising racial concerns

GOP campaign rhetoric raising racial concerns

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    WASHINGTON — Hoping to win the hearts of Southern conservatives, Newt Gingrich leaned into his argument that President Barack Obama is a "food stamp president" and that poor people should want paychecks, not handouts — a pitch that earned him a standing ovation in South Carolina during a presidential debate on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.


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