Newt Gingrich put himself in a difficult position ahead of Thursday night’s Fox News debate in Sioux City, Iowa: He sought to adhere to his pledge not to go negative against his Republican presidential opponents while still holding his lead in the Iowa polls. And the former House Speaker appeared to successfully straddle the balance, […]

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