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Gingrich Says Biggest Worry About Trump Administration is That They Might 'Lose Their Nerve'

on Sun Jan 01, 2017 1:27 pm
Gingrich Says Biggest Worry About Trump Administration is That They Might 'Lose Their Nerve'

Less than three weeks before the presidential inauguration, leading Trump ally Newt Gingrich said his biggest worry about the incoming administration is that they will "lose their nerve."

"Look, they're going to arrive in Washington, and for them to be successful they have to stake out positions that [Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Donna Brazile] will not like and the left will hate," Gingrich, a former speaker of the House, said in a joint interview with Brazile and ABC News Chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl. "I'm worried that when they realize how big the problem is, that they decide that they're just going to do the best they can and give in."

"My deepest concern is that they're going to arrive, you're going to have the greens going crazy" over the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of the Interior, Gingrich said. "You're going to have the government employees going crazy about civil service reform. You're going to have the teachers union going crazy over school choice. And these are pretty nonnegotiable. I mean, if you're serious about school choice, there is no agreement with the teachers union."

Gingrich and Brazile sat down with Karl for a previously taped interview that aired today on "This Week" to look ahead to the new administration and back on Donald Trump's rise from businessman and reality TV star to president-elect.

"2016 will go down as the year where the rules were changed," Brazile said of Trump's winning states such as Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan that usually go Democratic in presidential races............

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