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Gingrich Predicts 2024 Will Be A Bigger Blowout Than Reagan Over Carter

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Newt Gingrich predicted that Donald Trump will secure the Republican nomination after New Hampshire, suggesting that Nikki Haley should drop out.

He anticipates a significant Trump victory, attributing it to the perceived rigging of the system and the alienation caused by the current administration.

Gingrich highlighted concerns about Biden’s policies and the potential for a significant Trump win akin to Reagan’s victory over Carter.

“I think [DeSantis] has a great future, has been an extraordinarily good governor, and I hope he will stay active in public life. I just did a newsletter for tomorrow pointing out this is about to be the longest general election in American history. I think it is something like 287 days from Wednesday until election day,” Gingrich said.

“Donald Trump tomorrow night will be the Republican nominee. If Ambassador Haley is wise she will find a graceful way as Governor DeSantis did to get out of the race. If she is unwise, she will go to South Carolina and she will be decisively defeated in her home state, and that will just shrink her.”

“Right now you have to have great respect for her courage, her determination, her energy, her articulation. She is about as high as she’s ever going to get, and I think, if tomorrow night ends as Matt Towery has suggested, and I think he’s is right, it’s going to be Trump somewhere between 1 and 30 points ahead of her,” he said.

He emphasized the opportunity for Trump to unify the country and appeals to a broader audience, expressing confidence in Trump’s strength as a representative against a left-wing government.

“Well, two primaries in a row against the man who totally dominates the party nationally. The objective reality is it’s over, and I think, if that’s what happens tomorrow night, I hope Governor Haley will decide that she’s done her best, just as Governor DeSantis did, but in fact, this is now Donald Trump’s party and we need to unify to defeat Joe Biden,” Gingrich said.

“The objective reality is, that at a performance level, this is a disastrous administration. Biden’s illegal immigrants alone would sink a normal candidate, and it’s just going to get worse, it’s not going to get better. Chicago announced yesterday they have no extra space. New York got so desperate, they kicked out American schoolchildren for the night and brought in illegal immigrants because it was so cold.”

“Every time people turned around, the illegal immigration policy of Biden, which is a deliberate policy to open the border and have the maximum number of people enter the U.S. Illegally, that’s blowing up on the Democrats everywhere. Second, the country is not at all convinced by the woke left-wing radicalism. Simple example, 6% of Americans are willing to buy an electric vehicle. The Biden administration wants to make that 100%. Well, you can’t, in a free society, coerce 94% of the country into doing something they don’t want to do.”

“So I think on both policy grounds and performance grounds Biden will get worse and worse, weaker and weaker. Democrats will become more and more terrified. And I think this will be a bigger blowout than Reagan over Carter. I think this is one of the amazing moments in American history, and Trump will have over 280 days to crisscross the country, strengthen the Republican party, and campaign among groups who normally never see a Republican. Meaning, you have the time now to design a true general election strategy of trying to unify the whole country. And if you watch his tone, he is very correctly begun move toward a unifying, bring us together, solve problems, fix the big cities. Not something Republicans normally talk about. So I am encouraged that this could be a remarkable general election.”

“When people realize that the District of Columbia voted 95% for Biden, that the current judge is a radical left-winger, that the current prosecutor is so out of the rules that the Supreme Court actually admonished him for having broken the rules and trying to get another Republican politician years ago, they’re just going to say this whole thing is rigged. And I don’t care what they try to do to Trump — when it is rigged, the country will rally to the individual against the establishment, and all they are doing — I think they got Trump the nomination at least a month earlier. I really thought he would get it by the time we got to Super Tuesday. I never dreamed he would get it by the end of the New Hampshire primary, which was really the last great stand of the non-Trump Republicans.”

“And it tells you that what has happened is the radical corrupt Biden judicial department, the Justice Department, has in fact so alienated people that, given the choice, whatever Trump’s weaknesses may sometimes be, he is the person standing and representing all of us who need protection from an out of control left-wing government. And I think that gives him a strength that we have probably not seen in modern times,” Gingrich concluded.

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