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Newt Gingrich said on "Hannity" tonight that the WikiLeaks releases of Hillary Clinton campaign emails are revealing "the largest amount of corruption in American history."

Gingrich argued that allegations about a "pay-to-play" scheme involving the Clinton Foundation and Clinton's State Department have now been confirmed.

"This stuff's getting so big and smelling so bad that I think they're going to have a very hard time hiding from it," Gingrich said.

He added that if the FBI was not politically motivated, there would be a grand jury impaneled and subpoenas being issued right now.

"This is the largest scandal affecting a senior American politician, I think, in the history of the United States," Gingrich said.

"In the end, I don't think the majority of American people are going to put somebody who's a liar and a crook in the White House."


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