Newt Gingrich: ‘Offended’ By Karl Rove Remarks


gingrichNewt Gingrich said Tuesday that he was “deeply offended” by Karl Rove’s comments questioning whether Hillary Clinton suffered a brain injury.

“I am totally opposed and deeply offended by Karl Rove’s comments about Secretary Clinton,” the former House speaker and 2012 presidential candidate posted during a Q & A on his Facebook page. “I have many policy disagreements with Hillary[,] but this kind of personal charge is exactly whats wrong with [A]merican politics.”

Gingrich called on Rove to apologize and stop discussing Clinton’s health, adding he disliked such questions when Ronald Reagan ran for president.

“I was angry when people did this to Reagan in 1980 and I am angry when they do it to her today,” Gingrich said. Read more at POLITICO.

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  1. I don’t know why Newt is so angry at the questions asked about Hilary, doesn’t Newt remember at the end of Reagans presidency he had Alzheimers and had to be helped at the end of his time by his wife and friends.

  2. Who would have thought that Mr. Gingrich could win a point for honesty and hope. A good day I guess. Maybe he just wants to be a new idea for a moment again.


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