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Gingrich Targeting “Super Tuesday” States

A subdued Newt Gingrich is focusing on President Barack Obama and ignoring his Republican rivals as he looks to Super Tuesday's contests.

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Gingrich Group Gets “Substantial” Campaign Funds

A billionaire casino owner has given another "substantial" contribution to an independent group supporting Republican Newt Gingrich. The group is launching new TV ads in seven states this week.

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Second Freddie Mac Contract with Gingrich Released

GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich began receiving payments from Freddie Mac in 1999 under a contract that paid his consulting business $25,000 a month to work with the mortgage giant's chief lobbyist.

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Gingrich’s Former Company to Release Contract

The consulting firm he founded has released the contract Newt Gingrich had with the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp.

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Romney Backer, Gov. Christie Fires Back at Newt

Saturday, GOP Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney fell to former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich is the South Carolina primary. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is a staunch supporter of Romney and today he was asked about the loss and the fact that Gingrich is now calling Christie an antagonist.

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Watch Newt Gingrich React To John King’s Adultery Question [Video]

Did you get a chance to see the reaction Newt Gingrich had to CNN's John King over his question about adultery? Check it out below and let me know what you think.

 

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Poll: S.C. Likes Romney

Fresh off victories in Iowa and New Hampshire, Mitt Romney has a clear lead in South Carolina’s upcoming primary and is poised to go 3-for-3 according to Monmouth University poll released this morning. The former Massachusetts governor registers 33% support among likely Republican voters in Saturday’s primary. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich places second at 22%. Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum (14%) and Texas Congressman Ron Paul (12%) are in a close contest for third place.  Rick Perry trails with 6%. Jon Huntsman earned 4% before he pulled out of the race yesterday.

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Iowa Ad War: Late Starting but Nasty

At least $12.5 million in ads have blanketed Iowa's airwaves ahead of Tuesday's Republican presidential caucuses, with hard-hitting spots awash in ghoulish images and startling claims.

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Gingrich Surge Unnerves Some Republican Lawmakers [VIDEO]

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich's stunning surge toward the top of the Republican presidential field has unnerved some Republicans in Congress who remember too well the tumult of nearly two decades ago.

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Gingrich Meeting with Trump, Running Ad in Iowa

Republican Newt Gingrich praised Donald Trump as a "true American icon" Monday, and said he had persuaded the celebrity real estate mogul to mentor a group of children from New York City's poorest schools.

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