Wamp: Thompson is close to joining '08 race

Marre, Klaus; Youngman, Sam
July 2007
Hill;7/18/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 87, p27
The article discusses the affirmation by Representative Zach Wamp of Tennessee on expecting former Senator Fred Thompson on joining the 2008 presidential race in the U.S. He believes that Thompson did not want things to be rushed but rather needs to be planned. He added that in the event Thompson would be determined running, he is confident that Thompson and former Governor Mitt Romney of Massachusetts will make it on the race for Republicans.


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