by Javier ManjarresPresidential candidate Congresswoman Michele Bachmann extended her Florida bus tour on Monday with a day long trek through Miami’s historical ‘Little Havana’ district. Bachmann joined Congressman David Rivera, State Representative Carlos Lopez-Cantera, and Miami-Dade County commissioner Esteban ‘La Navaja’ Bovo Jr. for a tour of the Bay of Pigs Museum. After the tour, Bachmann then made her way to Miami’s most heralded landmark for aspiring politicos, the Versailles Restaurant, just a few minutes away from the museum.
Bachmann ducked in from a rainstorm and then addressed a room filled with supporters and reporters at Versailles before going on a local Cuban radio station to discuss her presidential candidacy.
After the radio interview, Congresswoman Bachmann invited yours truly on board her tour bus for an exclusive one-on-one sit down interview. During our interview, Bachmann discussed the possibility of Governor Sarah Palin entering the race (2:52 min), teased the notion of possibly putting Senator Marco Rubio ticket, and questioned Ron Paul’s position that the United States has no business intervening with Iran’s aspirations to develop a deliverable nuclear weapon.
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