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A new Rasmussen poll showed that 71 percent of Democrats want Hillary Clinton to continue running for president even if she's indicted over her emails. Meanwhile, more than 65 percent of respondents believe she broke the law.

Sean Hannity asked Newt Gingrich how a person could win an election with those kind of numbers.

Gingrich responded by saying that the election was a "remarkable test of where we are as a country right now."

"Are we now so used to corruption, so used to dishonesty, so used to all the different things that go on, that none of it matters anymore?"

He said that Democrats will find a way to blame Republicans for problems even in places where they've controlled the government for decades.

Hannity said that Hillary represents another four years of Obama and if she's elected, the country will get the government it deserves.

To that Gingrich added, "Hillary is Obama plus corruption."

"Wow, that's a good line, I wish I'd thought of it," Hannity said. "Can I steal that?"


Watch the wide-ranging interview above.

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