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Newt 2012, Associated Press
This image taken from the Newt 2012 website shows a CBN News article and headline that were posted on Gingrich campaign website. Rick Perry isn’t the only one to have an “oops” moment in the Republican presidential contest. The article is headlined "A Tale of Three Wives: Life on the Campaign Trail" and is a short, feel-good piece about Gingrich’s wife, Callista, and the wives of Perry and Jon Huntsman. It might, however, remind viewers that Callista is Gingrich’s third wife, and his divorces from the first two, which involved acknowledged infidelity, are a subject of campaign conversation and perhaps some difficulty with religiously conservative voters.

WASHINGTON — Rick Perry isn't the only one to have an "oops" moment in the Republican presidential contest.

An article on Newt Gingrich's official website is headlined "A Tale of Three Wives: Life on the Campaign Trail."

It's a short, feel-good piece about Gingrich's wife, Callista, and the wives of Perry and Jon Huntsman.

But the story might remind viewers that Callista is Gingrich's third wife. His divorces from the first two are a subject of campaign conversation.

The religious network CBN News wrote the article. The campaign posted it, headline and all, on the Gingrich website. A Gingrich campaign spokesman says such postings are commonplace.