Former House Speaker New Gingrich (R-GA) said Sunday that Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin will likely fade into a crowd of other Republican governors in the years to come and won't become the leader of the Republican party.
"I think that she is going to be a significant player," Gingrich said during CBS's 'Face the Nation.' "But she’s going to be one of 20 or 30 significant players. She's not going to be the de facto leader."
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This video is from CBS' Face the Nation, broadcast Nov. 16, 2008.