(CBS News) Newt Gingrich, a vocal surrogate for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, turned critical Friday, following a wildly controversial week for the Republican nominee.
“I think what Trump’s got to understand is he’s either got to sing ‘I’ve Got To Be Me’ or he’s got to learn a new song, ‘I’ve Got To Be President,’” Gingrich told Fox News’ Sean Hannity in an interview. “They’re not the same song. He’s got to become much more disciplined.”
Gingrich -- who said he had believed Trump “had really turned a corner” with his temperament -- berated the real estate mogul for his last several days, when Trump entered into a nasty feud with former Miss Universe Alicia Machado, attacking her on Twitter and urging Americans to “check out [her] sex tape.”
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