Former candidate Newt Gingrich and billionaire businessman Donald Trump will join presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney at a campaign event on Tuesday at Trump’s International Hotel in Las Vegas, according to CNN
Trump, who told Newsmax Wednesday that he is considering launching his own super PAC to produce anti-Obama ads, announced in February that he was backing Romney after his own flirtation with running for the White House. He even enjoyed a brief turn in the polls as the frontrunner.
Romney's campaign is raffling a chance to have dinner with Trump for supporters. Playing off Trump’s popular television show “The Celebrity Apprentice,” the campaign is offering: “Airport transportation in the Trump vehicle; Stay at the Trump International Hotel & Tower New York; Tour the Celebrity Apprentice Boardroom; Dine with Donald Trump and Mitt Romney,” with the flier saying "I want you: Dine with the Donald."
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Gingrich, who dropped his bid for the GOP nomination in April, wrote in Newsmax on Thursday about the emergence of the “NOT Obama wing both at the grass roots and among elected officials in response to Obama's more radical policies,” pointing out that “this is the first time in 32 years that a sitting president has lost 40 percent or more of the vote in three primary elections.”
Gingrich told CNN's Wolf Blitzer, that Romney "will appoint dramatically better judges than the president and he'll do a better job creating jobs than the president and he'll do far more to balance the budget. I went down the list of why Mitt Romney is better than Barack Obama," Gingrich said on "The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer."
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