Skip to comments.In 1995 Marianne Gingrich Warned She Would Go on the Air and Undermine Newt
Posted on 01/21/2012 1:15:51 PM PST by Hojczyk
For some reason, ABC forgot to mention this during their interview with Marianne Gingrich. Marooned in Marin reported:
A poster at FreeRepublic found this from a 1995 PBS show, The Inner Quest of Newt Gingrich. Very interesting comments from Marianne Gingrich, when they were married at the time.
But his greatest presidential stumbling block may be right under his nose. At home, Newts second wife, Marianne Ginther Gingrich, tells me she doesnt see herself in the First Ladys job. Watching Hillary has just been a horrible experience, commiserates Marianne. Hillary sticking her neck out is not working.
What happens if Newt runs?, I ask.
He cant do it without me, she replies. I told him if Im not in agreement, fine, its easy she giggles at her naughtiness. I just go on the air the next day, and I undermine everything I dont want him to be president and I dont think he should be.
The New York Posts this morning reported that Marianne Gingrich once had an affair with a married man a local boss for the United Auto Workers union, in fact? The Washington Post is said to have reported on this back in 1995.
If nothing else, I can sure agree with her on this...
Wasn't she having an affair with Gingrich when he was married? What did she think would happen when she married the man she was cheating with? Did the interview the other night challenge her on that?
“The New York Posts this morning reported that Marianne Gingrich once had an affair with a married man a local boss for the United Auto Workers union, in fact? “
She has proven her self to be a liar, unethical and immoral as she is an admitted adulterer.
And new she attacks because she won't be First Lady?
Oh yeah, she's very credible. Lets take her seriously. /s
I am not crazy about Newt, but President Obama is literally destroying the country. Four more years of an Obama Administration will do damage beyond imagination. It will take years to undo, the horric mess that President Obama has made. If Newt is the best we have, we go with him.
That's just a little bit crazy.
I am not crazy about Newt,
Newt wasnt my first choice, but in these times I think Newt is just what we need.
If you remember the movie “Lean on Me” with Morgan Freeman, remember the controversy caused by the new Principal, Joe Clark. He was brash, rude, unlikeable, and took no sh*t.
Perhaps Newt is our Joe Clark.
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