How rich is Newt Gingrich?
Newt Gingrich Net Worth:
|Birth date:||June 17, 1943|
|Birth place:||Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Height:||5 ft 11 in (1.8288 m)|
|Profession:||Politician, Author, Historian, Film Producer, Educator, Businessperson, Consultant, Writer, Presenter, Voice Actor|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Callista Gingrich (m. 2000), Marianne Ginther (m. 1981–2000), Jackie Battley (m. 1962–1981)|
|Children:||Jackie Gingrich Cushman, Kathy Lubbers|
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Newt Gingrich wiki & biography:
American politician, writer, and political adviser, Newton Leroy “Newt” Gingrich has an estimated net worth of $6.7 million Los Angeles Times. Newt Gingrich was the Speaker of the House of Representatives and one of the key leaders of the so called Republican Revolution of the 1990s. After a disappointing Republican showing in the 1998 election, Gingrich stepped down the Speakership and his seat in Congress. Outside of office, Newt Gingrich turned advisor, writer and political pundit, and has been expert at keeping his name in the headlines despite not holding an elected position. Newt announced in May of 2011 that he was seeking the 2012 Republican nomination for president.
Newton Leroy “Newt” Gingrich (/fanatic rt/; produced Newton Leroy McPherson; June 17, 1943) is an American politician, historian, writer and political advisor. Gingrich was a nominee for the 2012 Republican Party presidential nomination.
In the 1970s, Gingrich taught history and geography at the University of West Georgia. He served as House Minority Whip from 1989 to 1995.
A coauthor and architect of the “Contract with America”, Gingrich was an important leader in the Republican triumph in the 1994 congressional election. In 1995, “Time” named him “Man of the Year” for “his part in ending the four-decades-long Democratic majority in the House”. The poor showing by Republicans in the 1998 Congressional elections, a reprimand in the House for Gingrich’s ethics breach, and pressure from Republican colleagues caused Gingrich’s resignation from the speakership on November 6, 1998, followed by his outright resignation from the House on January 3, 1999.
Since leaving the House, Gingrich has remained active in public policy debates and worked as a political adviser. He founded and chaired several policy think tanks, including American Solutions for Winning the Future and the Center for Health Transformation. He has written or co authored 27 books. In May 2011, he declared his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination. On May 2, 2012, Gingrich ended his presidential campaign and supported frontrunner Mitt Romney.
He has been married three times, with the first two marriages ending in divorce. He has two kids from his first marriage and has been married to Callista Gingrich (ne Bisek) since 2000.
Gingrich is now a panelist representing the right on CNN’s revamped debate program “Crossfire”.