"Scrambling to dig himself out of a $4.5 million hole," Newt Gingrich "has resorted to renting his presidential campaign's most valuable asset - its donor list - for as much as $26,000-a-pop," Politico reports.
"Campaign insiders attribute the problems partly to Gingrich and his wife Callista's, asserting that the couple was unwilling to downgrade from private jets and security details even as the campaign floundered.
Newt Gingrich is selling his presidential campaign donor lists, another sign of financial difficulties in his run for the White House. Saddled with $4.5 million in debt, Gingrich is selling lists of donors and activists with the bro...
Newt Gingrich is renting out his donor list as his floundering presidential campaign is about $4.5 million in debt.