Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann is pushing back after rival Newt Gingrich called her “factually challenged.”
The congresswoman from Minnesota says both Gingrich and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney are guilty of changing positions when it’s politically convenient.
Bachmann says Gingrich has a “memory challenge.”
Gingrich’s criticism Wednesday apparently refers to several instances in which Bachmann has flubbed some facts, such as when she said she would close the U.S. Embassy in Iran — even though the U.S. hasn’t had an embassy there for decades.
Bachmann was campaigning Thursday in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Gingrich and Romney are at the top of some polls in the Republican nomination race.
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