EXCLUSIVE: Newt Gingrich is speaking at Cornell this month

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Newt Gingrich is coming to speak at Cornell, The Tab can exclusively reveal.

Cornell University College Republicans chair Olivia Corn confirmed they invited Gingrich to Cornell for an event on March 22nd.

Olivia told us: “It’s something we’re very excited about. This year we’ve tried to shed light on the Trump administration and how he got elected.

“We had Rick Santorum who spoke about blue collar conservatism. Newt Gringich has an insight into Trump. We think he’d be a great person to speak at Cornell to shed some light on what goes on behind the scenes.”

Gingrich, who was among Trump’s top three choices for vice presidents, and was a vocal supporter of his campaign, will also be discussing foreign policy issues and what it’s like to work so closely with President Trump.

The event will take place on March 22 at 6:30 PM in Call Auditorium of Kennedy Hall. Admission will be free, but the event is only open to people with a valid Cornell ID.

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