SANDRA SMITH (ANCHOR): President Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi escalating a bitter feud as the commander in chief and his allies continue their victory lap following the Senate acquittal. Let's bring in Newt Gingrich, former speaker of the House and a Fox News contributor. Mr. Speaker, good morning to you, welcome.
NEWT GINGRICH: Good morning.
SMITH: I know you have a lot to say about this. You heard the president say, “She doesn't pray for me," and Nancy Pelosi saying right back that this is a man that is impeached forever. Where does all this go next?
GINGRICH: Let me start by saying that as a speaker of the House, I introduced President Bill Clinton four times. All four times I used the correct honorific that it was my distinct pleasure and personal privilege to introduce -- my distinct honor and personal privilege to introduce the president of the United States. From the very moment that she cut all that out and just said “the president of the United States," it was almost like a declaration of war which has been going on now for at least six months. So first of all, I am -- in my newsletter today -- I am sympathetic with the president and believing that she probably doesn't pray for him, or if she does pray for him, it's not for anything good to happen to him. I think my advice to the president would be really simple: Focus on the American people, build support with the American people, let them coerce the Democrats in the House, but don't pay any attention to Pelosi because she is your mortal enemy and she's not -- you know, she is totally trapped by AOC and the left wing of the Democratic Party. And she proved that on impeachment. So she represents the Adam Schiff, AOC, Jerry Nadler-wing of the party and there's not much point in the president wasting time with her.