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Mitt Romney Predicts Tea Party Will Turn On Newt Gingrich During Tour Stop With Nikki Haley

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Mitt Romney is mocking Newt Gingrich's long record in Washington and says conservative tea party voters eventually will reject the former House speaker who's Romney chief presidential rival.
Mitt Romney is mocking Newt Gingrich's long record in Washington and says conservative tea party voters eventually will reject the former House speaker who's Romney chief presidential rival.

On a South Carolina tour with tea party darling Gov. Nikki Haley in tow, Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney said he can work with Democrats in Congress and still appeal to ultra-conservative tea party voters.

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