Newt: Mitt Immigration Policy a “Fantasy”

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In Wednesday morning Univision forum, Gingrich jabs at Romney’s “self-deportation” idea, calling it a “fantasy” borne of living in the world of “Cayman Island accounts.”

On a potential Newt/Mitt ticket: “I think the idea to Mitt of being vice president on my ticket would be the sort of thing to drive him back as a recluse into hiding for a while.”

Gets pressed on his affair, says difference between him and Clinton is Newt never lied under oath.

Calls Hugo Chavez a “young Fidel” and in the U.S. interest for him “not to survive in power.”

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