Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) criticized President Obama's legacy and said it will not take long for President-elect Donald Trump to undo many of his executive orders.

Gingrich said that as a leader, Obama has been a "combination of bitterly hostile to traditional America and living in a fantasy world."

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"If Barack Obama had set out to deliberately undermine... America, what has he missed?" he asked rhetorically.

Noting the fact Obama has sought to enact his platform through executive fiat, Gingrich said that by Easter, Trump will have reduced the 44th president's legacy "until it's about the size of a golf ball."

"[Obama] arrived with a set of very radical beliefs," he said, adding that he surrounded himself with like-minded aides and was unable to "grow" as a president.

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