Job well done, Newt!

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Speaking of Newt Gingrich – it could be the end of the road for his campaign. Just ahead of tonight’s Delaware Primary – Gingrich told NBC News that he will need to “reassess” his campaign following the election results. Gingrich is headed for another huge defeat in Delaware – which will be more bad news for a campaign that has already downsized by one-third and is in a huge debt hole.

But looking back, Gingrich should be happy with his performance. He jumped in the race just to sell more books and raise money for his retirement with no real intention of ever being President – and he ended up coming close to winning the whole thing.

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He paid off that Tiffany's credit card!

I hope his new wife understands that he really looks forward to spending July in the woods of Sonoma and running around all naked in the woods with other gay men and playing bongo's while worshipping a 40 foot owl named, "Moloch."

I'm sure she's OK with it. Most women are cool about that sort of behavior.

Boys will be boys!

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The No BS Guide To The Upcoming Jill Stein Recount

It's almost like they have something to hide.

With one Jill Stein-led recount effort already underway in Wisconsin and additional recounts pending in Michigan and Pennsylvania, supporters of Donald Trump are now taking legal action to stop what they say is a baseless attempt to smear their candidate.

In Pennsylvania, Trump himself has joined up with the local Republican Party to block Jill Stein's request for a recount.

In Wisconsin, Trump Super PACS are doing the dirty work and have asked a federal judge to stop what they say is a violation of due process rights.

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