CHARLESTON, S.C. — In an event aimed at swaying undecided South Carolina voters, five Republican presidential hopefuls showed up in Charleston to make the case for why they should be the next GOP nominee.
The forum, hosted by former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee on Fox News, barred the candidates from attacking or even mentioning each other.
Newt Gingrich paid little attention to that rule. When asked to “defend the vilification of companies willing to put capital at risk in order to save failing companies,” the former speaker zeroed in on Mitt Romney.