Speaker Newt Gingrich and his wife Callista visited the Nixon Library Wednesday to screen City Upon a Hill: The Spirit of American Exceptionalism, their new film about the strength of character upon which America was built, and how the nation needs to recover from its crisis in confidence to meet future challenges.
Afterward, Speaker Gingrich took questions from the audience and signed copies of his newest book, A Nation Like No Other: Why American Exceptionalism Matters.
Asked about his candidacy and how the next Commander-in-Chief can better affect positive change in the country, Speaker Gingrich said that one person couldn’t face America’s challenges alone.
“We have had a long, long period of drifting away from American citizenship and American decentralization towards dependency, big government, bureaucracy, and people in Washington thinking they know more than the rest of us,” said Speaker Gingrich.
“I always felt that I don’t want people to be for me. Because if you’re for me you’ll go home and say I hope he fixes it.”
“I’d like you to be with me.”
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