NEWT GINGRICH (FOX CONTRIBUTOR): Well, look, it's a nice sentiment. First, you go out and the Democrats steal five or six states, and that's what Republicans believe we're watching. We think we have evidence of a lot of it. Then you turn around and you say let's forget four years of Nancy Pelosi, let's forgot four years of impeachment, harassment, opposition, hostility, hatred, and now that I've won, why don't we get nice together? I think he would have to do a lot to convince Republicans that this is anything except a left-wing power grab financed by people like George Soros, deeply laid in at the local level. And, frankly, I think that it is a corrupt, stolen election. It's very hard for me to understand how we're going to work together without some very, very big steps by Biden. And I have doubts if the left-wing of his party would tolerate him genuinely trying to work with Republicans.
WILL CAIN (HOST): And that hope, I do think, requires us to ignore that every time the Democratic Party and most of its surrogates have been pushed on the issues they've resorted to character attacks on anyone that dared to disagree, Newt.