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A new USA Today/Suffolk University poll revealed that more than two-thirds of Donald Trump’s supporters say they would still vote for him as an independent if he doesn't get the Republican presidential nomination.

Charles Krauthammer said on "Special Report" tonight that he doesn't think Donald Trump will run as a third-party candidate because of his ego.

Krauthammer explained that the "Ross Perot number" of 19 percent is an "invisible bar" for how much of the vote an independent could get.

"I don't think he would come anywhere near that in a general election," Krauthammer said. "And that would be his mark on history, and I don't think he likes to be seen as a loser."

"The Republican nomination is his shot, and I think that's what he wants to go for."

Watch more from the "Special Report" panel above.


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