"I'm told he now just disclaims that. He now says it was cute, but he doesn't want to use it anymore," former House Speaker Newt Gingrich told NPR.
By Julie Bykowicz, Associated Press
GOP candidates are increasingly seeking voters' support by saying they will check Clinton's agenda.
By Alan Fram, Associated Press
Newt Gingrich says he wouldn't automatically say yes to an eventual proposal to become Donald Trump's running mate.
By Associated Press
By Michael D. Regan
Former GOP House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Sunday he would consider an offer by presidential candidate Donald Trump to be the presumptive Republican nominee's running mate.
By PBS NewsHour
Foreign policy dominated the day in the race for the White House. Republican front-runner Donald Trump revealed the first members of his foreign policy team during a trip to Washington, where he met with former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and…
By PBS NewsHour
Tamara Keith of NPR and Stu Rothenberg of the Rothenberg & Gonzales Political Report join Gwen Ifill to discuss the latest in politics, including Hillary Clinton’s remarks to AIPAC, Donald Trump’s meeting with Republicans in Washington, the campaign pivot to…
By Thomas Beaumont and Bill Barrow, Associated Press
TAMPA, Florida — Just when Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio needs them the most, big-dollar contributors from the party's wealthy main stream are having second thoughts about his future in the 2016 race.
By Margaret Warner
When the Republicans took control of the House of Representatives in the “Gingrich Revolution” of 1994, House Speaker Newt Gingrich put a brash young Congressman from Ohio in charge of delivering on a key agenda item -- coming up with…
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