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Newt Gingrich warns republicans against abandoning Donald Trump

Many Republicans are finding themselves in a quandary following the release of a video in which Donald Trump makes inappropriate remarks about women. While a number of high profile party members are distancing themselves from the GOP candidate, Newt Gingrich warns against doing so. In a Facebook Live address, Gingrich says, "My only advice to Republican leaders is simple.
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