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Marianne Gingrich, a woman who has said she could destroy Newt with a single interview, might have decided to do exactly that:

An ABC News executive tells The Associated Press that the network has interviewed Newt Gingrich’s second wife and is likely to air the segment Thursday on “Nightline.”

This should be good. You can tune in to the Republican debate tomorrow from 8-10 pm on CNN knowing that 90 minutes later you watch Brian Ross talk to Mrs. ex-Gingrich for half an hour in a possibly devastating interview. Everyone on the stage will know it too. That should certainly add a fillip of tension to things, shouldn’t it?

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