Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich sat down with Piers Morgan last night on the eve of the Iowa caucuses. Gingrich talked about his decision to run a positive campaign amidst harsh attack ads directed at him while campaigning in Iowa.
"We came onto the field and said, 'We're going to run a totally positive campaign,'" Gingrich said. "Governor Romney knew he couldn't afford for the conversation to get around to his record so he threw every negativity he could find." Will running a positive campaign pay off for Gingrich? Tune in at 12am ET to find out.