Gingrich campaign team quits en masse

Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich has lost virtually his entire campaign staff.

Ginrgrich press spokesman Rick Tyler told The Associated Press that he's resigned along with campaign manager Rob Johnson, senior strategists and aides in key early primary states.

Politico is reporting that strategists Sam Dawson and Dave Carney and consultants Katon Dawson in South Carolina and Craig Schoenfeld in Iowa also quit over their “different vision” for the campaign.

The former House Speaker returned to the campaign trail in New Hampshire this week after a cruise on the Mediterranean. He is scheduled to participate in the Republican presidential debate in the Granite State on Monday.


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