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Trump needs to stop congratulating Gingrich for ‘locker room talk,’ analyst says

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Political analyst Nicolle Wallace tells TODAY that in order for Donald Trump to close the gap in poll numbers, his campaign needs to stop him from “congratulating Newt Gingrich for locker room talk at best, misogyny at worst” after the surrogate claimed Fox news anchor Megyn Kelly was “fascinated with sex.” MSNBC’s Steve Kornacki also breaks down the electoral map, highlighting toss-up states and voter groups.