Gingrich calls Clinton convention speech "eerily anti-Obama"

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Former House of Representatives Speaker Newt Gingrich on Sunday tried to turn Bill Clinton's rousing Democratic convention speech into a liability for President Barack Obama, calling it "eerily anti-Obama." Gingrich, who unsuccessfully sought the Republican presidential nomination that went to Mitt Romney, argued that Clinton's efforts to remind voters about the economic ...

Gingrich calls Clinton convention speech "eerily anti-Obama"

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Former House of Representatives Speaker Newt Gingrich on Sunday tried to turn Bill Clinton's rousing Democratic convention speech into a liability for President Barack Obama, calling it "eerily anti-Obama." Gingrich, who unsuccessfully sought the Republican presidential nomination that went to Mitt Romney, argued that Clinton's efforts to remind voters about the economic ...

Former Republican Challenger Gingrich to Support Romney

Former U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Newt Gingrich is among those who will address the Republican National Convention on Thursday, ahead of presidential nominee Mitt Romney. Gingrich challenged Romney in the race for president and, at one point, accused the former Massachusetts governor of lying and running a negative campaign. The former House speaker won primaries in South Carolina and ...

Winning The White House–Or New Business–Is All About Better Story Selling

You have to admit, it’s rare to see Newt Gingrich and President Barack Obama putting out the same message, but that’s exactly what happened this year. That’s because, during the primary season, Gingrich's main goal was the same one as Obama’s is now--defeat Mitt Romney. The tactic both men ( or at least their Super PACs ) used? Relate how Romney’s former company, Bain Capital, bought out ...

Romney camp deploys Gingrich to make welfare-reform argument against Obama

Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are partying like it’s 1996. The Romney campaign on Wednesday dispatched former House speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) in an effort to further its claim that President Obama is seeking to relax welfare-to-work requirements — an argument not based on fact and one that former president Bill Clinton himself sought to debunk in a statement late Tuesday. Read full article >>

Republican candidates meet for last debate before Iowa caucuses

Seven of the Republican presidential hopefuls will gather tonight for the last debate before the Iowa caucuses, capping an extended series of lively debates as the candidates begin making final appeals to voters. Much of the attention will be on Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney, the two front-runners. The debate, which airs at 9 p.m. EST on Fox News, comes less than three weeks before Iowans caucus ...