ABC’s Brian Ross spoke to the Morning Majority about his interview with Newt Gingrich’s second ex-wife. Ross told WMAL Marianne defended Gingrich against the controversies that defined his tenure as Speaker of the House. The interview will air on “Nightline” tonight.

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  • Frankspinello

    just saw you on fox news and the only excuse for your behavior could be that you and Steve Doocy are reealllly good friends otherwise your comments are very rude

  • Frankspinello

    just saw you on fox news and the only excuse for your behavior could be that you and Steve Doocy are reealllly good friends otherwise your comments are very rude

  • Anonymous

    It is old news, if it was going to have any impact it would have before Iowa.

  • Anonymous

    It is old news, if it was going to have any impact it would have before Iowa.

  • http://www.facebook.com/alaina.segovia Alaina Segovia

    This will be Cain 2.0.  He may try to stick it out for a few weeks, but he’s done.

  • http://www.facebook.com/alaina.segovia Alaina Segovia

    This will be Cain 2.0.  He may try to stick it out for a few weeks, but he’s done.

  • dw

    Newt is the Bill Clinton of the GOP… I doubt there will be much impact.

  • dw

    Newt is the Bill Clinton of the GOP… I doubt there will be much impact.

  • Cordeiro

    I think it will have an impact. Newt’s public life has been chronicled by the MSM for nearly four decades. Even his closeted skeletons have closeted skeletons. This story is just the beginning of a drip-drip-drip chinese water torture that has millions of gallons to go.

  • Cordeiro

    I think it will have an impact. Newt’s public life has been chronicled by the MSM for nearly four decades. Even his closeted skeletons have closeted skeletons. This story is just the beginning of a drip-drip-drip chinese water torture that has millions of gallons to go.

  • TheLogicalLeft

    I think so, unless Gingrich can pull of an attack on Mainstream media, and invoke Herman Cain, saying that MSM is just trying to get rid of the best candidate.

  • TheLogicalLeft

    I think so, unless Gingrich can pull of an attack on Mainstream media, and invoke Herman Cain, saying that MSM is just trying to get rid of the best candidate.

  • Jason Wright, Editor
    • KC

      It doesn’t change my opinion of him overall.  I always knew him to be a “cheater,” and that he lacks the character I need in a President.  I wouldn’t have voted for him anyway.  I think it depends on how the people of South Carolina feel.  If it is no big deal to them, he has a chance.  But if they see it as a a deal-breaker, then it’s basically “in the bag,” in my opinion, for Romney.

  • Jason Wright, Editor
    • KC

      It doesn’t change my opinion of him overall.  I always knew him to be a “cheater,” and that he lacks the character I need in a President.  I wouldn’t have voted for him anyway.  I think it depends on how the people of South Carolina feel.  If it is no big deal to them, he has a chance.  But if they see it as a a deal-breaker, then it’s basically “in the bag,” in my opinion, for Romney.