Ron Paul condemns supporters' Idaho caucus machinations

May 2012
Hill;5/14/2012, Vol. 19 Issue 59, p13
The article reports that American politician Ron Paul does not approve the Idaho caucus controversies by supporters following a political meeting which gave presidential candidate Mitt Romney 62% of the votes.


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