Phoning It In

(JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images)
(JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images)

On first of two conference calls Saturday, Gingrich tells tele-town hall listeners his campaign is hosting the call to counter all the negative ads running in Iowa.

Calls accusation he supported partial birth abortions a “falsehood;” says Freddie money came over six years and “didn’t go directly to me.”

Gingrich: “I feel badly about having to have this kind of a phone call just to dispel negative things.”

In later press call
, Georgian accuses the courts of “trying to impose an elitist value system on a country that’s inherently not elitist.”

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