Gingrich: Trump’s ‘Constantly in Motion’ But ‘There Are Days It Doesn’t Work Well’

‘He is like a quarterback who gets ahead of his own offensive line so they can’t block for him because he is out in front’

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GINGRICH: "One of his strengths is that he moves very fast and very aggressively. He is an entrepreneur. He is not a corporate personality. One of his weaknesses, the way I would characterize it, he is like a quarterback who gets ahead of his own offensive line so they can’t block for him because he is out in front. This is a perfect example. If they had taken one day to get their act together, thought it through and been able to send out all their press people and send out folks from the Justice Department, had it all orchestrated, he would be in a dramatically better position today than he is. But that’s not his style. His style is to move and then if it doesn’t quite work, move again and then move again. So he is constantly in motion and has both strengths and weaknesses. It got him to be president and it got him to be a billionaire but there are days when I think it doesn’t work very well."

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