July 11, 2007
Former House speaker Newt Gingrich made a stop in Virginia Wednesday to talk to state GOP members and to bloggers.
Gingrich said that he may run for President but won't decide until later this year. He has been critical of the Bush administration, describing the White House as dysfunctional in recent interviews.
Gingrich will give a keynote speech Wednesday night at a fundraising dinner for the Republican Party of Virginia. Officials say that 190 people have paid $100 to $5,000 a plate.
Officials say before the dinner, Gingrich will hold a private round-table discussion with eight to 10 Virginia bloggers.
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