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(ˈgɪŋ grɪtʃ)
Newt(on), born 1943, U.S. politician: Republican Speaker of the House 1995–98.
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SPEAKER OF THE House Newt Gingrich, calling for "a very profound overhaul of our political system," recently told a House committee that among the threats to that system is the "rise of media oligarchies."
Cannabis company Revolution Florida, defined as a sister company of Revolution Enterprises, has appointed prominent LGBTQI+ activist Candace Gingrich as Vice President and Head of Business Development in Florida.
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Donald Trump surrogate Newt Gingrich (right) argues with Fox News Channel host Megyn Kelly in this still image from a video shared on social media.
Newt Gingrich begged to differ Wednesday night that Texas Sen.
Washington, Nov 2 ( ANI ): Supporters of former US Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich have reportedly received an errant email saying President Barack Obama would no doubt win in 2012.
NEWT Gingrich ended his bid to be the Republican nominee for US president yesterday.
House of Representatives Newt Gingrich began to shut down his campaign Wednesday for the Republican presidential nomination and will endorse apparent nominee Mitt Romney next week.
As Newt Gingrich began slipping in the GOP presidential primary polls in January, he sharpened his attacks on his main rival, Mitt Romney.
ATLANTA (AP) -- The health care think tank created by Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich is going out of business.
For Newt Gingrich, the time has passed when he had any hope that the numbers might add up.
Synopsis: Newt Gingrich supporters are as likely to list Mitt Romney (40%) as Rick Santorum (39%) as their second choice, indicating national GOP nomination preferences would change little if Gingrich dropped out.