Laura Ingraham hosted Newt Gingrich.
Gingrich said Jeb Bush is finding out that the level of scrutiny for a potential presidential run, especially for a Bush will be intense. He feels Jeb Bush is the best politician in the family, but his brother's legacy will drag him down.
Ingraham pointed out that a Clinton-Bush ticket in 2016 will bode badly for the GOP and Gingrich added that there are many newer candidates with fresh ideas for the future.
Ingraham and Gingrich commented on President Obama finally inviting GOP senators to dinner. Gingrich pointed out that Obama spent alsmot a million dollars on his Tiger Woods golf weekend.
Gingrich said he's not sure what the purpose of CPAC is and how they decide who will be invited. Ingraham asked what they have to show for their efforts. Gingrich said the GOP should lighten up and said he would appear on "The Apprentice". He noted that Donald Trump knows how to get attention.