Newt Gingrich all but withdrew from the Republican presidential race on Sunday, acknowledging the obvious: He won't win the GOP nod, and Mitt Romney is "far and away the most likely" nominee. Gingrich also pledged to work with the GOP nominee "to help defeat Obama any way I could." But after months of harsh, personal criticism, "the question isn't really what Gingrich can do to help Romney," says Brian Montopoli at CBS News.
By VICTORIA JONES Talk Radio News Service WASHINGTON – Newt Gingrich said Sunday Mitt Romney is likely the Republican nominee and he will support him. Gingrich says he’s staying in the race to influence the Republican platform, and ...
Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich once led his rivals for the nomination in polls. Today, he's millions in debt and describing Mitt Romney as "far and away the most likely" GOP nominee.
Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich, lagging far behind his rivals and his campaign mired in debt, acknowledged Sunday that Mitt Romney was his party's "most likely" nominee.