Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich reacted to what he sees as Republicans' improving electoral outlook for November 2018.

Gingrich (R-Ga.) said his fellow Republicans can gain as many as four to six seats in the U.S. Senate.

He said a new Reuters poll shows the GOP in the lead by one point on a generic ballot between a Republican and Democratic candidate going into the midterms.

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"All the political analyst establishment and the talking heads have a bias," the Hummelstown, Pa. native said. "If Republicans are anywhere near to even on the generic [ballot], they could gain seats."

Gingrich told Fox News host Laura Ingraham that President Donald Trump could also be gaining African American support.

He said Trump has overseen conditions that amount to the "best situation for black unemployment in American history."

He said that by Democratic leaders Charles Schumer of New York and Nancy Pelosi of California borrowing Trump's "swamp" terminology for their own campaigning is an "enormous psychological victory" for the president.

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