Gov. Jon Huntsman on China and Campaigning for President

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman speaks to local business owners during a business lunch in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. (Getty)

In January this year, Gov. Jon Huntsman announced he was leaving the Republican presidential primary and endorsing Mitt Romney. Since then, the former ambassador to China has visited Asia, and as the economic crisis in Europe worsens, Gov. Huntsman has been keeping a close eye on U.S.-China relations.

The former governor of Utah spoke to John Hockenberry from Washington about the state of the global economy and the 2012 presidential Election.

Guests:

Governor Jon Huntsman, Jr

Produced by:

Paul R. Smith

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