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  • In The Green Room: Newt Gingrich on Conservative Victory and Our "Radical President"

    As we mentioned yesterday, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich stopped by The Heritage Foundation for Tuesday’s Blogger Briefing.

    Afterward, he sat down for a short interview In the Green Room. He discussed the prospects for repealing Obamacare and the need for something like a new Contract with America, even listing a few conservative principles that should be prominent in such a document. He also talked about his remarks during a recent speech at the Southern Republican Leadership conference where he criticized President Obama as “the most radical president in American history”. As he says in the interview,

    “When you go down item by item … by any reasonable standard this is far and away the most radical Administration in American history.”

    Watch the full interview for more.

    Posted in Ongoing Priorities [slideshow_deploy]

    One Response to In The Green Room: Newt Gingrich on Conservative Victory and Our "Radical President"

    1. Tom Chaffer says:

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