SEAN HANNITY: That's why Newt Gingrich is warning tonight that Georgia Republicans must turn out more votes than "Stacey Abrams can steal." By the way in the Trafalgar poll by Robert Cahaley he's actually factored in the cheating factor of 3.7%. Wow, never thought I'd see that part of a poll factored in. The former speaker joins us now, Mr. Speaker, how are you sir? Did you see a poll where they had to factor in cheating?
NEWT GINGRICH: No I like Roberty Cahaley a lot but that is a new one. Probably accurate. Normally I'd factor in about a point, but I think in Georgia right now, given the effort, and the intelligence, and the drive that Stacey Abrams has brought to trying to steal the state, 3.7 may be about right. I'm with you. I appeal to every conservative in Georgia to go vote as early as possible. And to make sure that Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue win. I thought, by the way, that Kelly did a remarkably good job of just taking on Warnock. You know, after all, a Baptist preacher, given speeches for a living his entire life, but he's sort of passive. And I think he was sort of trapped because as you pointed out, he really is radical. It's pretty hard to disown 20 or 25 years of radicalism in a debate. And I think she did a very nice job of sticking to it and pointing out, again and again, this is the most radical candidate ever nominated by a major party. So I think that this is going to be an extraordinarily important election and I think the odds are very high that if every Republican will vote--my model is very simple. We have to win by a bigger margin than Stacey Abrams can steal. That's just flat out the reality we are dealing with.