Gingrich: Romney Will ‘Probably’ Win

    CAMP HILL, PA - MARCH 24:  Republican presidential candidate, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich speaks during a campaign stop at the Pennsylvania Leadership Conference March 24, 2012 in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania. Republican primary elections are being held today in Louisiana.  (Photo by Jessica Kourkounis/Getty Images)

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    As the 2012 GOP primary winds its way to Wisconsin, Newt Gingrich is telling it like it is. The former House speaker said Mitt Romney will "probably"  get the 1,144 delegate votes he needs to secure the nomination. But that doesn’t mean Gingrich is going to give up. He says he will stick it out until the convention in Tampa in August or until Romney reaches the magic number. The comments mark a departure for Gingrich, who earlier in the race said Romney wouldn’t be able to get the votes to win outright. Up until recently, Gingrich had been predicting a brokered convention.

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