Regardless of which candidate wins the White House on Tuesday, the U.S. will be in for a "long, difficult couple of years," former Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) said Sunday. 


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"if Hillary is elected, the criminal investigations will be endless, and if Trump is elected, it will just be like Madison, Wis., with Scott Walker. The opposition of the government employee unions will be so hostile and so direct and so immediate, there will be a continuing fight over who controls the country," said Gingrich, a supporter of the Republican presidential nominee.

"I think that we are in for a long, difficult couple of years, maybe a decade or more, because the gap between those of us who are deeply offended by the dishonesty and the corruption and the total lack of honesty in the Clinton team."