Click here to view this media Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich on Sunday blasted President Barack Obama for apologizing after U.S. troops allegedly burned Muslim holy books in Afghanistan.
The president told ABC News last week that the apology was necessary to "save lives" because protests over the Koran burnings have caused multiple deaths, including at least five U.
Click here to view this media Former Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich, who is now a surrogate for Mitt Romney, on Sunday told President Barack Obama's deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter to "get over it" and stop... Read Post
Afghan President Hamid Karzia received a letter with apologies for troops who burned a number of Korans at Bagram Air Field. Afghan demonstrators are pictured holding up a half-burnt Koran. In the letter, as quoted, Mr. Obama gave h... Read Post