My wife’s best friend supported Newt Gingrich many years ago when the former Speaker of the House ran for president. Her reason was simple. “He’s brilliant,” she said.
I had the chance to meet Gingrich in person and interview him in the late 1980’s about an issue he was thoroughly involved in: campaign finance reform. I walked away with the same impression. He’s brilliant.
Gingrich has today’s read. Your obligatory tease:
As an observer of conventions and presidential campaigns going back to 1956, I am confident in predicting that this week’s Democratic National Convention will be the high-water mark before the collapse of the Joe Biden-Kamala Harris ticket.
As the ticket collapses, it will start to move into the 1972 George McGovern range of isolation from the American people. Ironically, the physical isolation of Biden over the last few months has slowed down the political isolation, which will presently occur.
Three factors will lead to the collapse of the Biden-Harris ticket over the next six weeks.
To find out those three, click here for Gingrich’s entire column.