Newt Gingrich: By November, Trump Will "Consolidate" Support While Clinton "Continues To Stagnate"


Former House Speaker and potential/rumored pick for Trump running mate, Newt Gingrich, speaks with Fox News Channel's Maria Bartiromo about his general election predictions. He forecasts that by November, the race will no longer be close, and that Trump will win by "a surprisingly big number" like Ronald Reagan did in 1980.

NEWT GINGRICH: I don't think these polls signal a close race by November. I think if you look at the trend line, it signals that Trump will probably consolidate support while Hillary Clinton continues to stagnate. And the odds are pretty good Trump will win just like Reagan did in 1980, by a surprisingly big number...

She now has a real "civil war" [on her hands in the Democratic Party]... Bernie Sanders just endorsed the primary opponent of the chair of the Democratic National Committee! Sanders is committed to going all the way to the convention in a really bitter fight. Democrats are really looking like they will be in shambles by November.

The RealClearPolitics average of polls shows Donald Trump ahead of Hillary Clinton in a general election matchup for the first time this weekend following five new polls released last week.

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