Newt Gingrich

The GOP former House speaker ranted on Fox News that the Biden administration is "attacking people of traditional values."
The former House speaker prattled about Joe Biden's "anti-white" policies that "despise America."
The Fox News contributor and host Laura Ingraham tried their clumsy best to dismiss video evidence against the ex-president in the impeachment trial.
The "Morning Joe" co-host spotlighted two particularly egregious segments on the widely watched conservative network.
The former House speaker wrote in a Washington Times op-ed that he won't accept Joe Biden as president.
After Newt Gingrich tried to spread a conspiracy theory about George Soros, multiple Fox News hosts shut him down, leading to an awkward silence.
This might be one of the most painful silences in the network's history.
Gingrich is urging America to take the threat seriously, but just weeks ago, he dismissed it as "much less" than the flu.
Pelosi is the only woman to hold the office of House Speaker, and the first speaker in 60 years to reclaim the gavel after losing it.
The MSNBC host issued a blunt reminder about how Gingrich hasn't always been against impeaching presidents over the holidays.
"I’ve been comfortable just calling it a 'witch hunt' and a 'kangaroo court' and things like that,” the former House speaker said on Tuesday's episode.
The then-House speaker didn't think it was unconstitutional when he led the impeachment of Bill Clinton, Wallace said.
Newt Gingrich and Lou Dobbs' cry "coup d'etat" about the legitimate process unfolding against Donald Trump in the Ukraine whistleblower scandal.
The Democratic lawmaker fired back after the Republican former House speaker penned a scathing op-ed about her for Fox News.
One Twitter user suspected the former speaker of the House was taking classes at the "Giuliani School of Typing."
"Don't play me," the CNN anchor told the former speaker.
He also said House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi will likely become the chamber’s next speaker, putting the odds at “two out of three.”
The former House speaker compared the sexual misconduct allegations facing the Supreme Court nominee to the Salem witch trials.
The network's chief White House correspondent must not have appreciated Trump's comments.