Former U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich poses with his wife, Callista, outside St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican in 2009.
The decision to nominate Gingrich was first rumored back in January and others, like former Pennsylvania senator Rick Santorum, were also considered for the job.
A nomination of Callista Gingrich could come this week, pending approval from the Office of Government Ethics.
Mr. Gingrich, reached by phone on Sunday evening, declined to confirm or deny that his wife would be nominated, saying only that he and his wife were told to "be very cautious" until an actual nomination was announced.
"Maybe say to the American people - send in your questions, we'll take the best five questions and we'll answer them by name", Gingrich said, calling the press "dishonest opponents" of the president.
Gingrich was anxious that a move to Europe would prevent her husband, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, from defending the president on television, according to Axios.
In 2010, the company released the film "Nine Days That Changed the World" about Pope John Paul II's nine-day pilgrimage to Poland in 1979 and how it played a part in the fall of communism in Europe. The couple reportedly had an affair while the speaker was still married to his second of three wives, Marianne Gingrich.
While some might view an Ambassadorial appointment to the Vatican as largely ceremonial, it's not exactly like an appointment to a place like Fiji or the Federated States of Micronesia, where a U.S. Ambassador is likely to face a low-paced and undemanding appointment.
"She also loves the church and the United States", he told Catholic News Service May 15.
The Wizards haven't been out of the second round since 1979, when the then-Bullets beat the Spurs to advance to the NBA Finals. Nevertheless, the backcourts of the Wizards and Celtics will not be the key to who walks out of TD Garden victorious.
However, keen to give the Chanels another coat of nail polish, we only got a soft reboot from Murphy ahead of Season 2. While the critical response was somewhat more positive, Scream Queens failed to improve upon its dwindling ratings.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in has strongly condemned rival North Korea's missile test-launch as a "clear" violation of U.N. Last week South Koreans elected Mr Moon to replace conservative Park Geun-hye, who is in jail awaiting a corruption trial.
Almost without fail, voter ID is an attempt to suppress Democratic votes and engineer Republican election wins. Per custom, the Supreme Court did not offer an official reason for their decision not to hear the case.
In a statement earlier today, Nissan said: "Production started on schedule today across all our European operations". The attack took place on Friday evening and spread quickly through computers with the Windows operating system.
I think us fans have most certainly been brought back down to earth with a bang and we wish we could go back in time. With two Premier League games remaining, the good news is that Liverpool's fate is still in their own hands.
Recently though the company has started to port over games like Bayonetta and Vanquish to PC, but it isn't going to stop there. Back in the day, SEGA used to be a pretty big household name as far as gaming was concerned.
But he slammed the missile test as a "reckless provocation" after holding an emergency meeting with national security advisers. Earlier this month, Trump said he would be willing to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un "under the right circumstances".
And Green leader Andrew Weaver also had a stunning breakthrough, doubling the party's last vote to 16% and tripling their seats. Green Leader Andrew Weaver, the incumbent MLA in his Victoria-area riding of Oak Bay-Gordon Head, hopes to get four B.C.
Very bad that Eric Bailly will miss the Europa League final, given that he's by far Manchester United's best defender. Mourinho looked racked with nerves throughout the second half even though United was holding a two-goal cushion.
Oil prices move up on hopes supply glut may ease
OPEC, of which the Saudis are the de facto leaders, is likely to follow suit when its 13 members meet in Vienna on May 25. Brent crude futures were at $52.05 per barrel at 0129 GMT, up 23 cents, or 0.44 percent, from their last close.
Woman killed saving daughter on Mother's Day in NY
Riolo was backing out of a diagonal parking spot when she drove onto the sidewalk, in reverse, and then hit the women. This past Mother's Day, however, a NY mother made the ultimate sacrifice for her teenage daughter.
'Deadwood' actor Powers Boothe dies at 68
Boothe began his acting career performing Shakespeare in the theater before landing his role in 1977's The Goodbye Girl . Boothe's family are considering a memorial celebration in honor of the late actor, but the date is yet to be confirmed .
Palestinians hope for settlement curb if peace talks resume
In anticipation of Donald Trump's visit, Israel has made a decision to deploy more than 10,000 police officers to secure the area. He said Israel must oppose attempts to establish a Palestinian state and insist on Israeli sovereignty over Jerusalem "forever".
Excessive caffeine led to death of teen, coroner says
Davis Cripe died when his heart fell out of rhythm at Spring Hill High School in Chapin, South Carolina, on April 26. An initial autopsy done on the boy did could not reveal the cause of death. "And that's what happened in this case".
China's Xi says Silk Road plan boosts finance, security ties
India has said that the connectivity initiative "must be pursued in a manner that respects sovereignty and territorial integrity". Leaders and officials from various countries including Russia, US, Japan, UK, Germany and France are attending the meeting.
North Korea test-fires ballistic missile
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe slammed the latest launch as "totally unacceptable" and a "grave threat" to Tokyo. It impacted "so close to Russian soil. the president can not imagine that Russia is pleased", the White House said.
Mnuchin: US partners more comfortable with Trump on trade
The group's agreements aren't legally binding; instead, they represent the leaders' political commitment to follow through. The G20's reference to trade said only that they were "working to strengthen the contribution of trade to our economies".