President Donald Trump's "job" at his rally Monday night is to remind supporters they need to get out and vote for Incumbent Sens. David Perdue, R-Ga., and Kelly Loeffler, R-Ga., former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Monday.
Even if he speaks more about the election in the state being rigged and stolen from him, voters will still heed his message to cast their ballots, Gingrich added.
"I think Trump's going to be Trump, whatever that means," Gingrich, a Fox News contributor told "Fox & Friends." "The people who love him are going to go along with it. His job [Monday night] is to remind his supporters which, you know, the Republican party has a huge base, that they need to get out and vote [Tuesday]. I think he'll do that."
And if Republicans cast their votes and the 8,000 poll workers tasked to watch the election carefully, watch the ballots being counted, Gingrich said he suspects late Tuesday or early Wednesday, the news will come out Perdue and Loeffler were reelected.
Meanwhile, Trump got more minority votes in 2020 than in 2016, Gingrich said, adding he thinks minority voters will also prove vital in Tuesday's runoff elections.
"You've had some two dozen African-American pastors come out and attack Raphael Warnock for being so rabidly pro-abortion and so willing to use tax money to pay for abortion, so there are values issues there," Gingrich said. "I think that you’ll find that we do better or continue to do better with Asian, Latino, and African-American votes as it becomes obvious how radical, how high tax and, frankly, how high-unemployment the Democrats are."
Gingrich represented Georgia's 6th District while he was in Congress, and Monday discussed the trend of former GOP strongholds getting more Democrat, while rural Georgia has shifted toward being Republicans.
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