VIDEO: Newt Gingrich and Donald Trump's new hit: Mini-Apprenti! Put those kids to work!


Thank you John Dean for alerting me to this piece at Politico:

I'm here to offer my services, and I don't even charge.

As you can see in the video, somehow, some way, Donald Trump always manages to plug his show and tell us how wealthy he is.

After a nearly hour-long meeting at Trump Tower, Donald Trump and Newt Gingrich emerged for a joint news conference, during which the former House speaker defended The Donald from slams from Ron Paul that Trump moderating a debate would create a "circus" atmosphere.

Here's what Mr. Wealth had to say, in part:

"...In very, very poor schools ... We're gonna be picking ten young, wonderful children and we're gonna make them apprenti. We're gonna have a little fun with it... It was Newt's idea..."

What a guy. Those child labor laws are silly, superfluous little annoyances, so let's get those kiddies to work, because, hey, it's fun! Why not profit off of them while they're at it? Genius! Leave it to Newtered to come up with brilliance like "Mini Apprenti."

And Donald is such a cool guy, who wouldn't want his endorsement? He's the pro's pro, a "genuine American icon," the godfather of GOP candidates, a real family man. "Who wouldn't want to hang out with him?"

Uh, me.

"We have to get a certain sense of humor in politics..." Well then, I gotta hand it to the Republicans, because their candidates are a joke.

Team Paul agrees:

"We are sure two average Americans like Speaker Gingrich and Donald Trump will have a wonderful time picking out gifts for their wives. We suggest a place called Tiffany's, we her it is quite nice this time of year and given their celebrity status they can probably get special deals and $500,000 lines of credit."