Newt Gingrich: The Ali G Interview

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Now that Newt Gingrich is offically a serious Republican presidential candidate, everything he’s done in his 68 years is up for scrutiny. His trip to the Harrisburg, Pa. city hall as a young boy to ask the mayor to open up a zoo reflects pretty well on him; his support for a bill calling for global population control in the name of global warming might not go over so well with the conservative base. It’s not entirely clear how his interview with Sacha Baron Cohen character Ali G will play, but here you go:

The look of total spite on Gingrich’s face as he explains how to properly pronounce his first name is fantastic.

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