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  • "Gingrich's undercutting of Paul Ryan proves that he is more concerned about Newt Gingrich than he is about conservative principles," Mr. Sununu said, alluding to Mr. Gingrich's characterization of the plan as too "radical" and "right-wing social engineering."

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