WaPo: Gingrich welcomes scrutiny as front-runner

FROM THE WASHINGTON POST: A confident and at times defiant Newt Gingrich defended himself Friday against growing questions about his lucrative consulting career, and he acknowledged that how he handles the vetting process will determine whether he can be “a legitimate front-runner” for the Republican presidential nomination.

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“Somebody who’s a front-runner for the presidency of the United States should get a full vetting,” Gingrich said. “It’s the nature of the process. If I’m able to answer them [questions] in a way that the American people feel comfortable, then I’ll be a legitimate front-runner.”

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WHAT DO YOU THINK? Are Republicans ready to embrace the “Republican Revolution” czar of 1994 in the presidential election of 2012? Is it true that what is old is now new again? How do you think the 2012 election race will stack up with Gingrich running against President Obama? What do YOU think about this potential race of rivalries? All comments are welcome …

 

 

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