VIDEO: Former Speaker: Midterms Will Be ‘Much Bigger Republican Tsunami’ than Expected

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Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Friday on FNC’s “America’s Newsroom” the House Republicans will regain a majority in the November midterms in a “Republican tsunami.”

Gingrich said, “I think what Kevin McCarthy is trying to do and what I saw yesterday with his members, he succeeded. He is laying out a platform for governing, not just a platform for campaigning.”

He continued, “I think the American people want to change the trajectory. They want to stop the murders. They want to stop the rising prices. They want to get back to independence in energy. And I think that the commitment to America that the House Republicans are launching provides exactly the kind of things that the American people would like to replace the current failures with. ”


“The truth is, and you know this, the two of you, when you go to the grocery store, you know it ain’t working because it’s too expensive. I just paid $5.05 a gallon for gasoline last Saturday. It ain’t working. It’s too expensive. You watch the evening news and see the local murder rate. You know it’s not working. That is why I think this will be a much bigger Republican tsunami than people currently expect,” he added.

WAYCH the interview below:

Gingrich tweeted Friday, “It was an honor to be with the Republican leadership and Gold Star Sister Sarah Ross Geisen at the U.S. Capitol this week as they rolled out the Commitment to America.”

“The House GOP with Kevin McCarthy’s and the leadership team is unveiling a Commitment to America today. It will be as historic and as important as the Contract with America was in 1994. It addresses real issues like the crisis of higher prices, the border, and crime.”

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