The Republican candidates for the presidential nomination have been going through something of a public juggling act, with only Mitt Romney maintaining his place at the top of the field. The latest candidate to emerge as a front runner is Newt Gingrich, who received an endorsement from the New Hampshire Union Leader this past weekend.
But what does this endorsement actually mean? With the Internet, 24 hour news coverage, and the slew of debates over the past few months, does anyone really pay attention to newspaper endorsements anymore?
Jennifer Rubin, writer for the Washington Post blog Right Turn, joins The Takeaway to discuss.