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May 4, 2014 12:39 PM

Texas Gov. Perry signals interest in 2016 bid

Gov. Rick Perry of Texas on Sunday sent some of his clearest signals of interest in a 2016 presidential bid, joking wryly about his “botched” run in 2012 but then adding that “I think America is a place that believes in second chances.”

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