Newt Gingrich Just Nailed the Biggest Difference Between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton

Ahead of president's first State of the Union address, former speaker of the House said the smartest thing of the day so far

President Donald Trump delivers his first SOTU on Tuesday night — and millions of Americans are eager to watch and listen to his words about the U.S. economy, jobs, health care, immigration, national security, and much more as he completes his first year in office and continues to focus on solving some of the major problems facing this country.

Hillary Clinton, on the other hand, made a truly odd and awkward appearance Sunday night in a pretaped segment on the Grammy Awards in New York  — in which she was shown reading a passage about President Trump and fast food from the much-discredited book by Michael Wolff, “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House.”

How did Clinton think this would help the country? How did her actions show leadership in any way, shape or form? How did she think this would help her (or anyone)? How did she think people would react?

Or was her appearance yet another desperate attempt to try to stay relevant using nothing but identity politics after her failed bid for the presidency in November 2016?

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich absolutely nailed the key difference between these two individuals in his appearance Monday morning on Fox News’ “Fox & Friends.” Watch as he brilliantly parses the difference between President Donald Trump, the 45th chief executive of the United States, and Hillary Clinton, who has nothing better to do than participate in a Hollywood awards show for a few cheap laughs and a dig at the current president:

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Are you embarrassed that Joe Biden is our "president"?

(photo credit, homepage image: Point USA Newt Gingrich, CC 0, by Max Pixel)

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