Fox news is reporting that several of Newt Gingrich’s senior campaign aides have quit.
In what’s being reported as major differences of opinion over the course of former Speaker of the House Gingrich’s presidential campaign, campaign manager Rob Johnson, press spokesman Rick Tyler and several other senior strategists and aides from early primary states have walked out on their posts. As this is breaking news little more is known at this point.
One thing is for sure, this doesn’t bode well for Gingrich’s presidential run. I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that Newt’s campaign is officially over.
It’s unfortunate in that I have always felt that Gingrich has the potential to be a great American president. He simply needs to commit and then interact with the American people. I haven’t seen him attempt to truly engage the American people on the level I know he’s capable of. Honestly, this whole “fashionably indecisive” routine we’re getting from the so-called Republican frontrunners is only creating more uncertainty within a public already plagued with uncertainty.