Gingrich: ‘The First Amendment Is the Right to Have a Free Press, that Doesn’t Mean You Have To Be Obedient to It’

‘The First Amendment is the right to have a free press’

EXCERPT:

BEHAR: "As a patriot, patriotic American, don’t you hate the idea that he puts the press down? That’s the First Amendment of this country. If we don’t have that, we have nothing."
GINGRICH: "The First Amendment is the right to have a free press. That doesn’t mean you have to be obedient to it."
BEHAR: "Fox is obedient to him."
GINGRICH: "Fox is relatively obedient."

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