Jon Stewart to Mike Huckabee: Go back to Fox News

20 Jan 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Jon Stewart to Mike Huckabee: Go back to Fox News.

Former Arkansas Gov. Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee went on “The Daily Show” to discuss his “very likely” 2016 presidential bid — and his new book, which conveniently signposts the constituency he thinks he has the biggest primary advantage with, “God, Guns, Grits, and Gravy.” Stewart also gave Huckabee some career advice, telling him that leaving Fox News was a “terrible, terrible mistake.” Huckabee said he thought that simply because he lived in “Bubbleville,” not “Bubbaville.” “Young girls want to be like her,” Huckabee said. “Do you know any parent who has a daughter who says, ‘Honey, if you make really good grades, someday, when you’re 12 or 13, we’ll get you your own stripper pole.’ I mean, come on, Jon, we don’t do that in our culture.” Potential presidential candidate Mike Huckabee on Tuesday successfully avoided creating a sound bite of himself saying that he would or would not support raising the minimum wage. Appearing on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” the Republican was asked repeatedly whether he would support a federal minimum wage increase, including if it could be used as a bargaining chip in exchange for approval of the Keystone XL pipeline, and resisted giving a “yes” or “no” answer. Mike Huckabee said Tuesday that compared to his 2008 White House run, this time would be different in that he’s had people for a number of months come to him and say they’d be willing to write him a check. “I have an internal number, but it’s not something I really want to share,” the potential 2016 contender said on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” “You know, one thing about running for president before — you learn a few things so you’re better prepared, and one thing you learn is don’t tell everything you know.” As opposed to some other potential GOP contenders, Mr.

But Jon Stewart questioned the wisdom of Huckabee quitting his show of six years, for what Huckabee called a “very likely, very possible” run for the White House. “Let me tell you something,” Stewart leaned in and said. “Go back and beg them for your job back. He said it would be a mistake to think “the government can set a new bar that’s the lowest common denominator” and expect people to become more prosperous as a result. Huckabee highlights various subjects including the erosion of public education, government intrusion on personal freedoms, and religion and its changing place in American life. Huckabee addresses today’s divided nation, drawing from his travels as a presidential candidate, to present average, small-town Americans and their optimistic resilience in the face of hard times.

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