CNN Proves Newt Gingrich’s Offering Witnesses Claim Not True


English: Newt Gingrich with a crowd in Ames, Iowa
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Newt Gingrich‘s claim to provide “character witnesses” to rebut the ABC interview with his second wife seems false, Eric Deggans writes today in his blog The Feed.

CNN kept up on the boast, after Gingrich slammed anchor John King for inquiring about the Marianne Gingrich interview during last week’s South Carolina debate.

She accused Gingrich of wanting an “open marriage” with the woman who later became his third wife.

“Now the fun part begins: How will Newt explain telling a big fat whopper while blaming the media for being unethical?” writes Deggans. “I know, he’ll blame miscommunication on his staff. And will he apologize to the big bad ‘elite media‘ for falsely accusing them of unethical behavior?”

Looks like Newt has another uphill battle. Then again, when has a little thing like “the truth” held Gingrich back?

Read Deggans original post here:


CNN proves Newt Gingrich’s claim of offering witnesses to ABC was not true.

Published by @philammann

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