Mike Huckabee tells Trump, “We Will Forever Vote for You”

President Trump was Mike Huckabee’s first guest for his new TBN show, and to say that Trump received a “warm welcome” would be an understatement.

Trump on North Korea:

“This should have been handled 25 years ago,” Trump told former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee on his TBN show “Huckabee.” “This should have been handled 10 years ago. It should have been handled during the Obama administration. The truth is, Mike, I was handed a mess. Not only there, I was handed a mess in the Middle East. Just a total mess.”

Trump on Iran:

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“That was a big mistake. That was truly one of the biggest mistakes in the history of our country,” he said about the Iraq War. “Because it was like throwing a rock in the hornets nest. But Obama should have never gotten out the way he got out. That’s how ISIS formed.”

Trump on the Iran Deal:

“In a few days from now, a week and a half to be exact, you’ll see exactly,” Trump told Huckabee. “But I can tell you I’m very unhappy with the deal. I’m very unhappy with their attitude. … Iran is a bad player. And they’re going to be taken care of as a bad player.”

Trump on moving the embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem:

“We’re going to make a decision in the not too distant future,” Trump said. “Right now, actually, we’re working on a plan that everyone says will never work because for many, many years, it’s never worked. They say it’s the toughest deal of all. It’s peace between Israel and the Palestinians. And if that doesn’t work … I want to give that a shot before I even think about moving the embassy to Jerusalem.”

Trump on Tax Reform:

“This is something that is going to work so easily” he said. “So basically, these people, we’re the highest-taxed nation in the world. These incredible people we have are treated unfairly. The companies in our country are treated unfairly and frankly, they’re leaving. They leave. They’re starting to come back with me.”
He continued: “We’re going to have more money to spend. It’s like handing people money.”

As you can see the two men have a good relationship, in fact many liberal websites were mocking Huckabee’s enthusiastic and overly supportive demeanor.

One wonders if we’ll ever find balanced coverage of the Trump administration. It sure seems that either the media is constantly attacking the President or their drooling all over him. Couldn’t we find a middle ground between these two extremes?

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