Gingrich Says at 'Newt U,' History Will Be the Toughest Grader

The former presidential candidate says his new teaching venture will expand the political dialogue.
3:00 | 08/27/12

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He's a new university what is it how do you apply who gets accepted who gets -- ActiveX does this work well no one has rejected. And it's the beginning of a process go on for a number of years of trying to figure out how we talk about ideas. Beyond the 32 sound. 96 -- 32 commercial. Or even beyond office. You're going to be speaking Calista it's excellent what are you going to be talking about we believe is actually they were very. Clever. We had done -- movie remember on. Ronald Reagan my new best surveys they came to us and said we really need. To recognize Reagan talk about his role and how the 1980 campaign. Reflects the 2012 can. Big decision campaigns. -- incumbent bad economy real choice. And so was. Actually sort of fit what we -- talk -- -- -- cover a lot of topics. And the way it is pretty exciting and so we're were both delighted. Villages to do.

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