Newt Gingrich Suspends Campaign for President

Posted on May 2, 2012

Newt Gingrich has officially suspended his campaign to win the GOP nomination for the president in 2012. Gingrich no longer had a chance to win, so his withdrawal from the race at this late stage is insignificant. Mitt Romney has been the clear nominee for some time. Ron Paul is now the only other candidate who still has not dropped out of the race. Here is Newt Gingrich's video message about suspending his campaign. He says a re-election of Barack Obama will be a "genuine disaster." Take a look:

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