Former House Speaker and Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich is scheduled to speak Wednesday at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum, discussing his latest book, "A Nation Like No Other: Why American Exceptionalism Matters.''
The program also includes a screening of the documentary "A City Upon a Hill: The Spirit of American Exceptionalism,'' which Gingrich hosted and produced, along with his wife Callista, who will also attend the event.
Gingrich will discuss his views of what makes the United States different and answer questions following the screening, an aide said.
Admission is $33 for the general public, $29 for members of the Nixon Library and includes an autographed first edition of "A Nation Like No Other: Why American Exceptionalism Matters.''
Gingrich last visited Southern California in June, delivering a foreign policy address in Beverly Hills to help bolster his declining campaign.