Adelson Makes New Contribution to Gingrich Super PAC

Sunday, 26 Feb 2012 05:10 AM

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CNN reported last week that casino mogul and major Republican donor Sheldon Adelson was expected to contribute as much as an additional $10 million to the super PAC supporting Newt Gingrich, Winning Our Future.

Indeed, thus far, the lion's share of the funding for Winning Our Future has come from Adelson, his wife and their extended family — to the tune of  $11 million.

Now, CNN is reporting that sources say the fresh influx of cash has arrived — referring to the sum, however, only as "sizeable."

In the latest edition of Forbes Magazine, multimillionaire Adelson said this in response to critics of his contributions: “Those people are either jealous or professional critics. They like to trash other people. It’s unfair that I’ve been treated unfair — but it doesn’t stop me. I might give $10 million or $100 million to Gingrich.”

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