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January 23rd, 2012
08:10 PM ET

Examining what is–and what is not–in Gingrich's Freddie Mac contract

What can we learn from the release of the 2006 contract between Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich and Freddie Mac?

Erin Burnett examines the document on OutFront. It suggests Gingrich was paid $25,000 per month for "consulting purposes"–not lobbying–but leaves out the exact nature of what Gingrich did.


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