Gingrich: Clinton’s campaign ‘a giant criminal enterprise’

Newt Gingrich speaks during an American Solutions rally Thursday, Oct. 21, 2010 in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Isaac Brekken)

Hillary Clinton’s family foundation and presidential bid are cloaked to hide a massive “criminal enterprise,” former House Speaker Newt Gingrich suggested late Monday.

“This is a giant criminal enterprise disguised as a foundation and disguised as a campaign,” Gingrich, a top Trump surrogate, told fellow Trump supporter Sean Hannity during a Fox News interview Monday.

Gingrich highlighted a Center for Public Integrity report that found more than 96 percent of donations from journalists, reporters, editors, anchors and others working in journalism benefited Clinton over Trump. According to the center’s analysis, those figures have donated about $382,000 to Clinton, while only $14,000 has been given to Trump’s bid.

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“So that means among the news media, the ratio was 24 to 1 in favor of Hillary Clinton,” Gingrich said. “Now, of course, they wouldn’t suggest that they’re biased. But 24 to 1, which by the way is about the same number as the amount of minutes dedicated Friday a week ago between the Trump 11-year-old tape and WikiLeaks. It was 23 minutes on Trump and 57 seconds in all three networks combined on Wikileaks.”

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