April 25, 2012
After suffering yet another routing in last night’s Republican primaries., Newt Gingrich has finally decided to put an end to his quixotic presidential bid.
Sources tell Fox News that the former House Speaker plans on suspending his campaign one week from today.
Gingrich effectively conceded the race this morning, telling reporters that he knows “Romney will be the nominee.” But he still plans on getting in one last campaign hurrah this week, with a multi-day swing through North Carolina that includes throwing the first pitch at a college baseball game, and of course, a visit to the state zoo.
In reality, Newt’s campaign has been over for weeks. Apart from a home-state victory in Georgia on Super Tuesday, Gingrich has been on the downward slide since his South Carolina surprise in January.
This article was posted: Wednesday, April 25, 2012 at 7:58 am