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On "Hannity" tonight, Newt Gingrich responded to the idea floated by some conservatives of finding a third-party candidate to beat Hillary Clinton in November. The former House Speaker said there's "no middle ground" between the Republican nominee and Clinton.

"Let’s be honest, if you want to help elect Hillary Clinton, then help elect Hillary Clinton and a radical Supreme Court, but don’t give us any pious bologna that you’re gonna be for some virtuous middle way," Gingrich said.

"There’s no virtuous middle way here -- you’re either for the Republican nominee, whether it’s Trump or Cruz, or you’re for the election of Hillary Clinton. There is no middle ground here."

Watch the clip above.


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