Sunday Talks: Maria Bartiromo and Newt Gingrich Discuss Trump Economics…

Newt Gingrich appeared on FNB’s Sunday Morning Futures with host Maria Bartiromo to discuss the Donald Trump economic platform, the transition, and the ongoing processes for the incoming President Trump administration.

Bartiromo is a very sharp and intellectually honest lady in the world of economic discussion, specifically with perspective on domestic economics which has been her center of expertise since 1995. Maria has very keen economic perspectives on domestic issues.

Full Sunday Segment (which also includes the Gingrich interview):

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70 Responses to Sunday Talks: Maria Bartiromo and Newt Gingrich Discuss Trump Economics…

  1. The Boss says:

    Intelligent people!!!

    Liked by 5 people

  2. Sandra-VA says:

    I watched her segment where she spoke with that Emanuel guy about ObamaCare and she called him out BIG TIME! She wasn’t letting him get away with lies… it was awesome to watch 😀

    Liked by 6 people

    • Bull Durham says:

      Tough Brooklyn Italian girl. You don’t make it as an Italian in NY without brains and grit.
      Hard work is the ladder she climbed. She put a pretty face with a brain behind it on the cable business sector. “Money Honey”, nicknamed.

      She can slice and dice any CEO who tries to shell game her or the audience.

      Liked by 13 people

    • ufferndan says:

      Was that the same segment where the Emanuel guy babbled about speaking to Jared Kushner on NoCare’s virtues during a flight?

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  3. I keep reading that Trump was shocked that he won.

    This doesn’t sound right to me. Can anyone confirm from a reliable source whether this is true, or is it just more gaslighting nonsense?

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      Gaslighting.

      Liked by 19 people

    • jupitercomm says:

      He excused himself to the apartment w/ Melania & a few close aides (I think Reince & Conway may have been there). I believe it. But I don’t imagine it was “shock” as in “holy shit I actually won.”

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      • ufferndan says:

        Melania wasn’t shocked. Her counsel from the beginning was “you know if you run, you will win”. President Trump envisioned his success right from the get-go. The only thing that may have surprised him was the speed of Rotten’s concession call; but there again, the evil witch conceded just to keep herself out of prison.

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    • TheseTruths says:

      I don’t believe Trump was shocked, as in thinking he never had a chance. I think any candidate running against Hillary in this climate would breathe a sigh of relief, as we all did. But they’re trying to paint Trump as someone who wasn’t serious and is now surprised and wondering what to do next. Huh-uh.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Mike says:

        I’m still looking for an estimate of fake votes for Hillary. I’m thinking millions.

        Liked by 8 people

        • H.V says:

          That is why they all are so shocked Trump won. They were trying to steal the election with voter fraud and illegals voting. Some bus drivers were saying they drove alot of illegals to vote. We had divine intervention. Also he flipped 4 blue states which they never imagined he would win.

          Liked by 9 people

        • Jimmy Jack says:

          I’m seeing estimates of at least 4 million, with 1.5 in CA alone. I hope they do an audit and adjust these numbers.

          Liked by 4 people

    • G3 says:

      Common sense that this man would want a moment with his wife to digest the sheer magnitude and give thanks.

      Liked by 7 people

    • jackphatz says:

      The newest twist in the Dem’s game is that the Russians hacked into the FL whatever and switched Hillary’s vote to Trump.
      Remember how, day after day those in the media kept harping on Trumps getting an endorsement from the KKK and he should disavow…over and over until it’s now legend that Trump is the KKK?….well these folk’s are determined to make Russia responsible for Hillary’s loss, that Trump was surprised to see the win.

      We live in an evil world.

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    • dilonsfo says:

      At his last rally, one of the last things he told the people was “we will win, I promise.” I believed him when he said it and never doubted it throughout election night. I don’t think he was shocked…I think he was overwhelmed with the sudden realization of the burden and responsibility that was now on his shoulders. His life, his families life has been changed forever. God’s speed and counsel.

      Liked by 15 people

    • Bull Durham says:

      They realized that the Dems were rigging the votes big time two ways, getting rid of Trump votes and using massive illegal votes. So, what they saw in some states worried them about other states but the Dems couldn’t “hide” their fraud. It had to be too big to overcome the lower Black turnout. The shock was how badly the Dems did and how stout the Patriots did. It could not be stolen. That was the surprise. Ohio and PA came home to America.
      Florida, NC could not be stolen. They tried. They just could not hide how big a deficit they had to overcome. Iowa also. And if Ayotte hadn’t committed suicide he would have carried NH.

      The Dems “ground game” was unable to “turn out”/change the totals.

      Liked by 11 people

    • KitKat says:

      If you believe he didn’t think he would win, you have to believe he’s was an outright liar to all the people at his rallies where he promised he would win.

      Megyn Kelly was trying really hard on Victory night to get the narrative going that they didn’t expect to win. Journalism isn’t about objective reporting any more, it’s about making up “narratives’ both fairy tales and horror stories. It is disgusting.

      Liked by 4 people

      • KitKat says:

        The stupid story she was trying to push, that he didn’t expect to win, was a projection of her own feelings — she didn’t expect Trump to win, it had nothing to do with what his expectations were.

        Liked by 6 people

      • Summer says:

        Yeah, he didn’t expect to win, he was just having fun wasting $100 mil of his own money, working 24/7 on the campaign trail while being smeared by every POS in the cesspool as the worst human being ever, and destroying his brand.
        Oh, and he was a mole hired by Bill to help Hillary get elected. Also, a Putin spy. How can we forget that little detail.

        Liked by 8 people

      • BobW462 says:

        Anybody that truly believes that Donald Trump didn’t think he could win, simply doesn’t understand Donald Trump.

        Liked by 3 people

    • unseen1 says:

      there is a difference between shock as in being surprised and shock as in reality facing you in the mirror. I’m sure if he was shocked it was the later not the former.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Beenthere says:

      Don’t think Trump was shocked. Heard he only had 1 speech written for election night.

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    • Southern Son says:

      After Campaigning for Over a Year, saying We were gonna Win Bigly, how could He be surprised? He even said, We would get Tired (NOT!) of Winning!
      Where were you reading/hearing this?
      That, is what you should question.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Athena the Warrior says:

      No, John Santucci one of the few decent reporters who was on the trail tweeted out that he excused himself and he and Melania went back to their apartment to take in the moment. As in, share a private moment together of such a momentous occasion.

      Liked by 2 people

    • R-C says:

      Where to you ‘keep reading’ that? FaceBook? I haven’t seen that, even once. (Nor do I believe it for a minute.)

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    • Sayit2016 says:

      Hannity said he talked to Trump– he was confident but wanted to wait until he was declared the winner. On the the show The Circus, they talked to the Trump campaign and said they were ” Loose” which meant confident they were goign to win.

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  4. M33 says:

    Now this I am glad to watch!

    Liked by 2 people

  5. Ficklefinger says:

    The Left acts like the Laws of Economics are easily bent and shaped.

    Go ahead and till your garden, plant your seeds, weed the garden, water and fertilize it, tie up your climbing plants, spray for insect pests, wait patiently for the veggies to ripen and then have a freeloader steal your harvest.

    See how socialist economics feels then.

    Liked by 4 people

  6. Bull Durham says:

    Fox Business is a good channel. Maria and Varney, Charles and Trish and Lou are outstanding.
    Far superior to Fox News by a hundred fold.
    Out here on the coast I often get up at 3am to catch Maria’s show. They all came on board the Trump train in spite of the pressure from Cavuto, Murdoch and the Globalist agenda management of Fox.
    They cut through the crap. And it has paid off in huge ratings for those shows. Killing CNBC.
    Their debate coverage was excellent (less Cavuto and Charlie Gasbagparino.

    Liked by 10 people

  7. Sentient says:

    As long as Trump keeps the neocons and medical monopolists at bay, it’ll be ok.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Mike says:

      The details are important.
      – Possibly a Goldman Sachs ex for chief of staff or anything is concerning
      – Any health insurance mandate is a big deal, it just doesn’t work for corrupt medicine, if ever.
      – the demographic time bombs that have been planted over the past 50 yrs are meant to destroy the Constitution and those that built the US. US citizenship should be earned with the highest standards. The others are temps.
      – drain the swamp should mean cut the bureaucracy, not replace it
      – reduced budget means reduced DC power means less corruption

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      • Sayit2016 says:

        “Possibly a Goldman Sachs ex for chief of staff or anything is concerning”. Not at all he understands the market, he is in TV therefore understand multi-media etc etc. Trust Trump instincts– he has come this far. If he needs to make adjustments he will.

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  8. Maria has been absolutely giddy over the economic plan since it came out. She even said Trump was under estimating the 3.5 GDP, she thought more like 4 to 5 %

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    • thesavvyinvester says:

      I wonder if Maria would agree with me that the Clinton Economy was not his, he inherited the culmination of the fungability of the microchip and the advent of sophisticated software that could run on them that changed America’s productivity and the world’s for that matter.I was their in the CAD/CAM arena at the time and I saw it front and center. Had he not done NAFTA it would have lasted 30 years. With that said, Maria is seeing with Team Trump Tax, Regulatory, Fiscal and Monetary policy that only a freemarket / Wall street wonk could love, and makes Treepers and Freepers with a modicum of Econ / Business Savvy ecstatic. These protesters might not have time to do this in a year or two, their will be too many jobs even begging for them to apply, 4 or 5% GDP is music to my ears and not unobtainium IMHO.

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      • FH says:

        WJC’s policies had nothing whatsoever to do with the “good” economy [aka the dot com economy, which became the dot com bubble, which burst as we transitioned from Bubba to W] that he was the beneficiary of during his Administration. That economy allowed the Republican Congress to reduce the deficit year over year from Clinton’s third year through his 7th. But there were NEVER “surpluses”. In fact, during his 8th year the deficit resumed its upward trajectory. Economically, Bill Clinton was lucky, not good.

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  9. jackphatz says:

    WOW…what a difference! Wallace was not interested in substance, Maria works to inform her viewers.

    Dear Trump..You would not hurt our feelings if you decide to throw all of crappy news agencies out the window.

    Liked by 4 people

  10. jupitercomm says:

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  11. Toronto Tonto says:

    Priebus for Chief of Staff. Bannon to run the RNC. Christie for AG. Rudy at DHS.

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  12. jupitercomm says:

    Ok it’s official. Sounds like Bannon & Reince have sort of equal roles

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  13. jupitercomm says:

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  14. Pam says:

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    • Marc says:

      Keep Newt out of the White House. He’s NWO to the core. He was the one running around Fox News pretending he was definitely going to picked as Trump’s running mate. He even pretended to step down as a Fox contributor days before the choice was made in order to gaslight the public. He hasn’t gone one day since without appearing on Fox or FBN.

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  15. wodiej says:

    Wow, a pleasant surprise in that there is still at least one honest journalist. We are going to see a great cabinet of intelligent, accomplished people to help Trump.

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