GWEN IFILL: Mr. Speaker, welcome.
So, today, you got Rick Perry's endorsement. Is that the consolidation of the conservative vote that you have been talking about?
GWEN IFILL: You said that you were left for dead last summer in Iowa. What changed? What explains the rebound?
GWEN IFILL: Just a few minutes ago, Mitt Romney's campaign put out a statement from Peter King, who called you erratic, self-serving and guilty of narcissism.
Everybody on the air in South Carolina seems to be targeting you. How do you respond to that?
GWEN IFILL: How about your ex-wife? Is that about hurt feelings? There have been so many questions today about Marianne Gingrich raising these questions about you. Is that hurt feelings?
GWEN IFILL: And if Mitt Romney wins on Saturday, you stand by your statement that if he wins in South Carolina, the Republicans will nominate a moderate who will lose to Barack Obama in the fall?