Newt Gingrich’s simultaneous courtship of the base of the Republican Party and Latino voters could pose major problems for his likely bid for the White House. #

Gingrich lays out in Spanish general ideas about national security, less government, jobs, health, education and the environment. #

The problem, according to some observers, is that Gingrich’s stance on immigration doesn’t lend itself to an easy explanation for a conservative talk-radio audience. #

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