(Photo of Gingrich: David McNew/Getty Images)Newt Gingrich must really have an affinity for Tiffany's.
Gingrich's campaign acknowledged Tuesday the former House speaker recently held a second line of credit at the tony jewelry store, valued for as much as $1 million.
The Washington Post's Chris Cillizza, who broke the story, reports the account will show up on the 2012 hopeful's personal financial disclosure form. The paperwork had been due at the Federal Election Commission within 30 days of Gingrich's May 11 entry into the race, but hasn't yet been filed.
A Gingrich spokesman says the credit line is paid off but declined to offer any other details about the account, including when it was opened or closed. Yet it would appear the credit line had been active within the last year since the candidate's financial disclosure typically includes activity for just the previous 365 days.Read More »from Newt Gingrich held a second line of credit at Tiffany’s