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Revision as of 20:22, 18 December 2011

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.

Position Conservapedia Prediction Actual Appointment
President Newt Gingrich
Vice President Rick Perry [1]
Secretary of State Sarah Palin
Secretary of Defense John McCain
Secretary of Health and Human Services Mike Huckabee
Attorney General can't be Chris Christie[2]
White House Press Secretary a Fox News Channel analyst

See also

References

  1. Arguably the second strongest Republican candidate, it would be a very wise political decision for Gingrich to choose him as a Vice President to unite his party, like how Ronald Reagan appointed George W. Bush as his Vice President after he won the Republican nomination in 1980
  2. Christie is a huge (no pun intended) supporter of Mitt Romney.