Essay: Gingrich Administration

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Way too early to tell. I don't see Gingrich running in 2024.
The '''Gingrich Administration''' is would have been the expected leadership of the [[Executive Branch]] of the [[United States]] government from 2013 to 2017, assuming that had [[Newt Gingrich]] wins 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.
{| class="wikitable"
|[[Vice President]]
|[[Rick Perry]] <ref> 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</ref>
|[[Secretary of Defense]]
|[[John McCain]]
|[[Attorney General]]
|can't be Possibly [[Chris ChristieJohn Yoo]]<ref>Christie is a huge (no pun intended) supporter of [[Mitt Romney]].</ref>
|[[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 [[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
== See also ==
*[[Swing States 2012]]
== References Footnotes ==
[[Category:politicsPolitics]][[Category:Essays]]{{DEFAULTSORT:Gingrich Administration}}
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