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"Paul Ryan is not going to be the Speaker of the House," Hannity said in a phone interview on Fox News on Tuesday night.

Hannity said he'd spoken to Trump, the Republican nominee, about three times tonight. He said Trump was "kind of superstitious" and didn't want to get ahead of himself.

Trump and Ryan have clashed on a number of issues throughout 2016. During an interview with Fox News's Bill O'Reilly last month, Trump suggested that Ryan would not be Speaker after the election.

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