#Mike Wallace, dead at 93: Newt Gingrich statement

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Newt Gingrich Statement on the Passing of Mike Wallace

Arlington, VA – Newt Gingrich released the following statement in response to the passing of Mike Wallace:

“Callista and I join our friend Chris Wallace and his family in mourning the passing of his father, Mike Wallace. Mike was a giant in news reporting and analysis. His investigative reporting was legendary, and his participation in 60 Minutes helped created a lasting institution. Mike Wallace’s life created a legacy young reporters will study for years to come. The Wallace family is in our prayers this Easter Sunday.”

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From CBS via Twitter

A special program dedicated to Mike Wallace will be broadcast on #60Minutes next Sunday, April 15.

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