Newt Gingrich hinted Monday he may end his presidential campaign, reports The Ticket blog.
In an interview with NBC News, the former House speaker said he will "reassess" his bid if he does not do well in Tuesday's Delaware primary where he has spent a significant amount of time campaigning.
"I think we need to take a deep look at what we are doing," Gingrich said. "We will be in North Carolina tomorrow night and we will look and see what the results are."
"I would hope we would do well here — either carry it or come very, very close."
Gingrich has won two states so far — South Carolina and Georgia. His campaign is $4.3 million in debt, reports show.
Gingrich has said he wanted to hold on until August, when the GOP holds its convention in Tampa.
He often reminds Romney of that.
"Gov. Romney is clearly the frontrunner but that doesn't mean he is inevitable," Gingrich told a small crowd recently at GOP headquarters in Wilmington. "It is very dangerous for frontrunners to start behaving like they are inevitable because the voters might decide that's not so true."
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