GRETA VAN SUSTEREN, FOX NEWS HOST: presidential candidate, former speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich. He joins us from New Hampshire. Good evening, sir.
VAN SUSTEREN: Mr. Speaker, I guess I have to ask you about the first major news is that on the radio today, in Iowa, You challenged Governor Mitt Romney to debate, at any time, any place. I take it that anticipates the Caucus on January 3. But why?
GINGRICH: well, the Governor suggested, as I point out that I think his false and misleading advertising should be taken down and that the reason for its staff and donors beyond ridiculous, he said, if I can't take the heat, I can get out of the kitchen, to quote Harry Truman.
So I said, I am quite happy to take the heat. Why does he join in the kitchen? Let's just do one on one for 90 minutes with the runway and no moderator. He can bring his ads.
And you know, one of his ads this morning have four "Pinocchios" of a fact checker in The Washington Post. It is very difficult to get four Pinocchios in 30 seconds ad. That means almost nothing.