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ABC's Brian Ross Discusses Interview With Marianne Gingrich

John Matthews

WASHINGTON -- As the political world waits to hear what Newt Gingrich's ex-wife had to say about their failed marriage in an interview that will air later today, the reporter who conducted that interview, ABC Chief Investigative Correspondent Brian Ross, told WMAL's Morning Majority program that Marianne Gingrich claims her ex-husband wanted an 'open marriage.'

"He came to her and said, 'I want to stay married to you and still have an affair with Calista, his current wife," said Ross. "According to Marianne, he said 'You need to share me,' and she said 'I don't want to share,' and the marriage ended," he added.
Ross told WMAL that ABC News had been trying to land the interview with Marianne Gingrich off-and-on since November, and that she finally agreed to sit down with him last Friday here in Washington. 

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