28 May 2013 12:30 PM EST
-by Alex Mangini, Staff Writer; Image: Newt Gingrich (Image Source: CNN Screenshot)
Former House Speaker and GOP presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich was none too impressed with President Barack Obama’s address last week on counterterrorism, where the Commander-in-Chief vowed to wind down the ongoing, elongated “War on Terror.”
“It’s just stunningly, breathtakingly naïve,” Gingrich told CNN’s State of the Union.
The outspoken Republican has been a harsh critic of Obama’s for years, focusing his latest attack on the President’s apparent ignorance towards the ongoing threat of terrorism worldwide.
“This stuff’s going on everywhere, and we will never be in peace in the pre-1941 sense that we are never threatened,” he said. “No one wants to talk honestly.”
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