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Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) told Sean Hannity that, if Clinton is elected president next week, her presidency will be short and she may be forced out of office.

Recalling how Richard Milhous Nixon won 49 states in the 1972 election but was forced to resign one and half years later, Gingrich said Clinton could expect similar circumstances due to her private email server investigation.

"No matter how good the election result, if you are a criminal and you run afoul of the system, if you have obstructed justice, the system grinds you down," he said.

"She would spend a brief period of her temporary presidency just totally entangled in this kind of stuff," he said.

Gingrich said the FBI is utilizing five of its field offices to investigate the Clinton Foundation as well.

"Maybe the Clinton campaign slogan for the next eight days should be 'Vote Hillary and Get Tim Kaine For President'," he said.

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