Newt Gingrich Says Campaign Will Go On To S.C.

The 2012 candidate shut out of top three in N.H. primary.
2:45 | 01/10/12

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This is step -- of a long process. And having both -- historian and an active a long time. You learn certain things so let me put in context where we are. We have an opportunity I think to unify the country. Around a message of jobs. Economic growth. And very dramatic programs. That at an opportunity is to reach out to everybody of every background. Who would rather have paychecks -- food stamps. To convince them that what Ronald Reagan did in the 1980s. In creating millions of new jobs. What we did when I was speaker of the 1990s. In creating millions of new jobs. Can be done again. This campaign is going to go on. South Carolina. -- And with a -- for the American people. Something very different. And offer them an opportunity. To participate. Varied dramatic. Very fundamental change in Washington DC. And approve. That. I both understand the principles. And I understand the practice. And -- a lot of those principles from Ronald Reagan and from Margaret Thatcher. I got to practice it was a junior congressman working with President Reagan I got to practice -- the -- Working with Oakland. And I want to suggest to -- When Ronald Reagan was president. We had to find a way to get -- -- the house despite the fact that chip -- was speak. -- I was speaker. Had to find a way to get bills -- despite the fact that Bill Clinton was president. I believe if we had. And Republican house. Republican senate and it Gingrich presidency. It would be amazing. How much we can get done. And.

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