Newt Gingrich won a convincing victory in South Carolina and the Florida polls are fluctuating prior to that state’s primary next week.

Political Editor John Gizzi of Human Events tells WND we shouldn’t assume Gingrich has the momentum for long and why it’s equally hard to say Romney will soon be back on top.

“Mitt does not like to attack fellow Republicans. That said, he realized he has a race on his hands all of a sudden.”

Gizzi also questions the long-term staying power of Rick Santorum in the GOP campaign.

“While he can go on for awhile, I’m not sure he can go the distance.”

He also explains the political strategy behind the president’s State of the Union address and analyzes why Iran is now willing to discuss its nuclear program with western nations.

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