Could Rick Perry run for president again?
His failed 2012 campaign will be a significant hurdle to get over — but it's not impossible
Texas Gov. Rick Perry in North Charleston, S.C. in January: Perry switched his endorsement of presidential candidate Newt Gingrich, who's now leaving the race, to support Mitt Romney.
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