Republican Candidates Turn to Nevada Caucus

Newt Gingrich jumps on Mitt Romney's miscue in interview.
2:52 | 02/02/12

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Voice your vote and all eyes today on Las Vegas the next -- this -- in Nevada on Saturday Mitt Romney has all the momentum but Donald Trump. Look like -- -- -- -- for Newt Gingrich later today as Romney tries to recover from his latest verbal miscue. ABC's -- years covering an awful -- -- -- David as always with Donald -- plenty of hype but we're not completely sure what's behind it. Absolutely George -- back and forth on this overnight but in a city that loves to play the odds. Some of Newt Gingrich is advisors have told ABC news that they do believe that their candidates going to get the endorsement from Donald Trump here later today. But that Newt Gingrich hasn't received a call from Donald Trump himself so whatever happens here. Sure to be a political stopper here on the Vegas strip. -- Donald Trump who would illustrate its overnight with considerable secrecy surrounding just why it is he's here. Season of the show was about to start that promotion but he might be here to promote some. Newt Gingrich should be of much -- moment in the spotlight Gingrich who's been vastly outspent by the Romney campaign. Trump himself considered -- the president -- at one point he might offer himself up as a third party candidate. -- time in the battle over night Romney made it clear he's moved on from Gingrich at least for now. Campaigning against President Obama I'm afraid he's detached from reality. I don't think he goes is really going on America but Romney's argument that the the president is detached. Comes just as the governor's own words come under fire -- answering a question about a new polls showing more voters believe President Obama understands the needs of average Americans and governor -- because. He governor answered this way -- in this race -- I care about. Americans. I'm not concerned about the very poor we have a safety net there if -- needs -- -- fix it. -- would hash out how -- I'm not concerned about the very poor -- how he responded we will hear for the Democrat Democrat party. The plight of the -- And and there's no question it is not -- be important for my campaign. Is focused on middle income Americans Newt Gingrich pounced using it as. Brand new ammunition here in Nevada I am running to be the president of all the American people and I am concerned about all of the American people even conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh weighing in on its moments corporations are people my friend. I like being able to fire people provide services to make a -- 101000 bucks. 101000 dollar -- I'm -- concerned about the very poor nobody knows what he's trying to save but he didn't say it. And he's he makes himself a target with the stuff. He comes across as the proto typical rich Republican and it it it's gonna make it harder and harder and harder to go after Obama. Meantime back to that potential political show -- here Donald Trump for his part is not saying anything this morning. At every step to the -- camp they are remaining mum on this too they don't even -- -- touch -- George did he -- thanks very much.

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