(Politico) What if it isn't over?
Newt Gingrich, one of Donald Trump's closest confidants and most visible boosters, on Friday raised the novel possibility of a Trump-Clinton rematch in 2020 — a spooky Halloween-weekend notion for the many voters who just want the ugly race to stop.
"The challenge for everybody's going to be, 'What if he gets 48 or 49 percent?'" Gingrich said in a video interview for POLITICO's "Open Mike" series. "And what if he says: ‘You know, I like this campaign and stuff. I ain't leaving'? There will then be a Trump Party."
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Speaking a few hours before the FBI's email review became public, Gingrich declared that "odds are better than even" that Trump will win.