By Justin Sink
Gingrich also announced a new team of national security advisers that includes former CIA Director R. James Woolsey, former Under Secretary of State Bill Schneider, and Ronald Reagan national security adviser Robert McFarlane.
“I have depended on the counsel of this world-class group of experts throughout my career, and I am honored that they have decided to be with me as we work to ensure that the United States remains the safest, strongest, and freest country in the world,“ Gingrich said in a statement.
“I look forward to drawing on their vast knowledge and experience as we assert our vision of an exceptional America that, contrary to what Barack ObamaBarack ObamaDems discuss dropping Wasserman Schultz Mellman: Parsing the polls LA mayor: 'Donald Trump will not win California' MORE may believe, will continue to be both the world’s leading power and most assiduous defender of freedom for generations to come.”
The team will be led by Herman Pirchner, founding president of the American Foreign Policy Counsel and a former aide to Iowa Sen. Chuck GrassleyChuck GrassleyDefense bill renews fight over military sexual assault Reid knocks GOP over 'light' Senate schedule Overnight Tech: Facebook finds no bias but vows to change trending feature MORE (R).
Gingrich's advisers will join the former House Speaker in Washington at Tuesday night's foreign policy debate, hosted by CNN.