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Gingrich On Chance He'll Drop Out Before Tampa: 'Probably None'

Says voters want a ‘Reagan-like’ candidate like him

Despite increasing calls from some Republicans for him to get out of the race for the presidential nomination, Newt Gingrich continued to insist on Friday that he will remain battling all the way to the convention in Tampa, Fla.

Asked on CBS’s This Morning “under what circumstances” he would end his campaign before the convention, Gingrich responded: “Probably none.” He told host Charlie Rose, “I’ll be with you in Tampa, Charlie," adding, "I have 176,000 donors at Newt.org. They want me to stay in the race.”

 

On a later appearance on Fox News' Fox & Friends, Gingrich said voters in Illinois were telling him to stay in the race. “I think the people who are supporting me want to have sort of a Reagan-like visionary, a big ideas candidate,” he said.

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