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Ging•rich

(ˈgɪŋ grɪtʃ)
n.
Newt(on), born 1943, U.S. politician: Republican Speaker of the House 1995–98.
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Prior to the November 2016 election, former House Speaker and Bohemian Grove participant Newt Gingrich answered questions about Donald Trump on Fox News.
NEWT Gingrich ended his bid to be the Republican nominee for US president yesterday.
L'autre grand perdant de cette soiree pleine de surprises est l'ancien president de la chambre des representants Newt Gingrich qui incarnait jusqu'a maintenant la solution de rechange conservatrice au modere Romney.
WASHINGTON, Feb 1 (KUNA) -- Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney won late on Tuesday the primary election in Florida while his main competitor former House Speaker Newt Gingrich came in a distant second.
Summary: Newt Gingrich stormed to a shock victory over Mitt Romney in the South Carolina primary.
Washington, Jan 22 ( ANI ): Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin has dubbed former House Speaker Newt Gingrich the new Republican "front-runner" after his victory in the South Carolina primary.
Rick Perry, Mitt Romney internals show Newt Gingrich slippage, sources say, Politico
In an attempt to reenergize the base of the Republican Party, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich is using every platform, pulpit, and microphone he can access to lobby the notion that the United States is engaged in World War III as fighting in the Middle East intensifies.
House of Representative Newt Gingrich can at times be brilliantly prescient but occasionally hyperbolic.
KILGORE: Something really dramatic happened in the Republican Party between Newt Gingrich and where we are today.
Bob Kerrey of Nebraska and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, the National Commission for Quality Long-term Care, launched by the National Quality Forum (NQF), is charged with tracking, evaluating, and reporting on overall LTC quality.
In testimony before the House subcommittee on government efficiency, financial management and intergovernmental relations, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said he was opposed to a national identification card.