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After hearing Newt Gingrich angrily accuse Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly of being “fascinated by sex” and uninterested in public policy, Stephen Colbert realized that the former speaker may not understand the difference between “whoopy-making” and felonious assault. In this clip he kindly schools Gingrich, but not before scorching that other wayward Trump surrogate, Rudolph “Daytime Dracula” Giuliani. Just click.

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