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Newt Gingrich began taking steps Wednesday to shut down his debt-laden presidential bid, setting the stage to endorse one-time rival Mitt Romney next week and rally the GOP behind its apparent nominee. Gingrich spokesman R.C.
As the news channels CNN and Fox News reported on Wednesday Gingrich will announce his decision officially next Tuesday at an appearance in Washington and thereby explain his support for Mitt Romney favorites. Gingrich has
Two advisers to Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich say he will formally end is campaign next Tuesday and will likely to endorse Mitt Romney. Gingrich had pinned his hopes on a surprise showing in Delaware but fell
If I had my way, Newt Gingrich would run in every presidential primary there ever was. This year, his ego made him shine in a Republican field populated by nonpersonalities...Having Mitt Romney at your cocktail party is the social equivalent of two
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FoxNews.com Mitt Romney swept Tuesday's five Republican primaries, all but eliminating any remaining doubt that he will be the Republican candidate to face President Obama in November -- though closest rival Newt Gingrich remains in the race for now.
The Republican presidential nomination all but in hand, Mitt Romney is refocusing his efforts on challenging President Barack Obama, raising cash for the battle ahead and reconciling with onetime primary rival Rick Santorum. "
Former House speaker Newt Gingrich is not ending his campaign in his primary night speech tonight, no matter what happens, spokesman R.C...If he loses Delaware, Gingrich will reassess but keep up his current campaign schedule. (Of course, candidates
N.C. (AP) — Newt Gingrich declined to discuss his struggling presidential campaign Tuesday and said he would decide his next steps after the latest primaries, refusing to acknowledge the Republican nominating contest is essentially over.
N.C. (AP) — Republican Newt Gingrich is refusing to discuss his struggling presidential campaign but says he will decide his next steps after he sees the results from the five states that vote Tuesday. Gingrich tells reporters in