Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Sunday he does not expect the political battles over Obamacare, raising the debt ceiling and the ongoing government shutdown will hurt Republicans in the next election.
With nearly 400 days to go before voters have their say at the ballot boxes, Gingrich told CNN’s “State of the Union” that his party would have ample time to plead its case.
“This is the middle of a bloody fight, this is a serious principled fight,” Gingrich said.
“Nobody in this city wants to grant the House Republicans any dignity, but the fact is they are fighting over very profound principles, and when it’s over and when the dust settles, the country’s going to assess and then they’re going to discover that Obamacare is a disaster,” Gingrich said.
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