Romney scores points in debate with attacks on Gingrich

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January 24, 2012 06:58

 
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TAMPA, Fla. - Mitt Romney was desperate for a strong debate performance in Florida's Republican debate Monday night to restore momentum for his campaign, and delivered repeated sharp attacks on rising rival Newt Gingrich.

Romney lashed out at Gingrich at the Florida debate for resigning as speaker of the US House of Representatives under an ethical cloud and repeatedly labeled him an "influence peddler."

The former Massachusetts governor needs a victory in the state's primary on Jan. 31 to win back his front-runner status in the fight for the nomination to oppose US Democratic President Barack Obama in November's general election after Gingrich's convincing victory in South Carolina on Saturday.

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