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Obama campaign uses Newt to stick it to Mitt

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WASHINGTON--The Obama for America campaign uses the occasion of Newt Gingrich finally dropping out of the GOP presidential primary on Wednesday to assemble a video of Gingrich's slaps at presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney. This is done to dilute any potential bang Romney will get from a Gingrich endorsement.

Will the tactic work? Hillary Rodham Clinton has some harsh criticisms of Barack Obama in their mighty 2008 battle, and we know how that story turned out.

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