It seems Newt Gingrich has some advice for fellow Fox News employee and potential presidential candidate Sarah Palin. Huffington Post reported:
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich took to morning television Tuesday to offer advice to fellow potential 2012 GOP presidential contender Sarah Palin, telling the former Alaska Governor to "slow down" and be more cautious in the wake of her response to criticism following the shooting in Arizona.
"I think that she's got to slow down and be more careful and think through what she's saying and how's she's saying it. There's no question that she's become more controversial," Gingrich said on ABC News's "Good Morning America." "But she is still a phenomenon. I don't know anybody else in American politics who can put something on Twitter or put something on Facebook and automatically have it become a national story. So she remains, I think, a very formidable person in her own right."
It's probably not a good sign when the guy who once told Bill O'Reilly that there is a "gay and secular fascism in this country that wants to impose its will on the rest of us" thinks you need to tone it down.
Here's the video, via Think Progress: