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First world friday What is a quarter life crisis?
wouldn't have gotten this job. We're did you guys meet and it Newt Gingrich . Book signing. OK so fun fact that's also it was a book signing but that was also how I got my first
Donald Trump Teases Possible VP Requirements
night. Or, another name that is regularly floated is that of former House speaker and former presidential candidate Newt Gingrich , who represented Georgia. Gingrich, who lost the 2012 nomination to Mitt Romney, has praised Trump during the primary
POLL: Trump's Unpopularity Stays Sky High; Cruz Hits a High in Negative Ratings
included Pat Buchanan with 60 percent in 2000, Ross Perot with 58 percent in 1996, Jeb Bush with 58 percent this cycle, Newt Gingrich with 56 percent in 2012 and Romney with 52 percent, also in 2012. Other than Hillary Clinton, no Democratic presidential candidate has
Two Saturday Surprises in the Race for the White House (EXIT POLL)
for which we have exit polls in 2012 - but Mitt Romney, a Mormon, was right alongside him, with 31 percent (and Newt Gingrich not far behind). The conclusion here is that when it comes to intra-party contests, evangelicals (like many groups
South Carolina GOP Primary: 3-Way Race Between Trump, Cruz and Rubio
1980, the Palmetto State has picked the eventual Republican nominee in every election cycle except in 2012, when Newt Gingrich beat out Mitt Romney in the primary. Copyright © 2016, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Thousands Attend Funeral for Late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia
the Mass. Many other dignitaries, including the other justices, were at the funeral. Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich was also there, as was Republican presidential candidate and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz. The burial, set to take place
South Carolina's Track Record in Picking Presidents: A Closer Look
the South Carolina GOP primary winners went on to win the White House -- again not counting uncontested years. Newt Gingrich was the candidate who broke the South Carolina streak. The former House Speaker nabbed the primary with 40 percent