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The '''Gingrich Administration''' is the expected leadership of the [[Executive Branch]] of the [[United States]] government from 2013 to 2017, assuming that [[Newt Gingrich]] wins the [[Presidential Election 2012]].
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The '''Gingrich Administration''' would have been the expected leadership of the [[Executive Branch]] of the [[United States]] government from 2013 to 2017, had [[Newt Gingrich]] been able to secure the Republican nomination and win the [[Presidential Election 2012]].  Some have suggested that Gingrich could win the nomination in 2024, despite what would be an advanced age at that time, assuming President [[Trump]] successfully defends his Presidency in 2020.
  
 
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==Republicans who will not appear in the Gingrich Administration==
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==Republicans who would not have appeared in a Gingrich Administration==
 
*[[Mitt Romney]] - despite the potential for being able to woo [[RINO]]s and others with whom Romney is popular, Romney's terribly negative campaign against Gingrich has effectively shut him out
 
*[[Mitt Romney]] - despite the potential for being able to woo [[RINO]]s and others with whom Romney is popular, Romney's terribly negative campaign against Gingrich has effectively shut him out
 
*[[Chris Christie]] - a major supporter of Romney
 
*[[Chris Christie]] - a major supporter of Romney
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Latest revision as of 07:47, 21 May 2019

The Gingrich Administration would have been the expected leadership of the Executive Branch of the United States government from 2013 to 2017, had Newt Gingrich been able to secure the Republican nomination and win the Presidential Election 2012. Some have suggested that Gingrich could win the nomination in 2024, despite what would be an advanced age at that time, assuming President Trump successfully defends his Presidency in 2020.

Position Conservapedia Prediction Actual Appointment
President Newt Gingrich
Vice President Rick Perry
Secretary of State Sarah Palin
Secretary of Defense
Secretary of Health and Human Services Mike Huckabee
Attorney General Possibly John Yoo
White House Press Secretary a Fox News Channel analyst
Secretary of Veterans Affairs Heather Wilson

Republicans who would not have appeared in a Gingrich Administration

  • Mitt Romney - despite the potential for being able to woo RINOs and others with whom Romney is popular, Romney's terribly negative campaign against Gingrich has effectively shut him out
  • Chris Christie - a major supporter of Romney

See also

Footnotes