The former House Speaker, Newt Gingrich is yet another fellow American of President Trump and a man who truly cherishes, nurtures, and values the deeply rooted traditions and America First values.
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In a new Interview, Former speaker Gingrich said that Trump’s roots in the party are huge and that no one from the GOP can fight or win a fight with him. This being said, was meant to reach the ears of Minority Leader, Mitch McConnell (R_KY).
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“What’s very striking is that President Trump still has such enormous reach in the party that nobody can fight him,” Gingrich reported in the air on New York City AM 970 radio. “I mean, you can complain about him. You can criticize him. But McConnell can’t possibly FIGHT Trump. He doesn’t have a big enough base. And it’s also a reminder that there is sort of an establishment insider party that sits around at cocktail parties in Washington. And then there’s this huge country outside of Washington. And that country in 2015, by about two to one, did not like the Republican leadership in the Congress, and that was the forerunner of us ending up with Trump as the presidential nominee.”
Gingrich has been very open in expressing his belief that these elections were stolen right from the hands of President Trump, and on one occasion, he even mentioned he will not accept Joe Biden as his President.
This citation was posted in The Washington Times as one of the most furious statements in his whole political career.
“As I thought about it, I realized my anger and fear were not narrowly focused on votes,” Gingrich wrote. “My unwillingness to relax and accept that the election was over, grew out of a level of outrage and alienation, unlike anything I had experienced in more than 60 years involvement in public affairs.”