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O’Reilly questioned whether Huckabee has been too critical of Cruz, with the candidate pushing back and defending himself after a BuzzFeed story in which he was quoted saying that “it’s hard to say God is first in your life if he’s last in your budget.”
“I was asked a question generally and I said, ‘I don’t think you can put God last in your budget if you claim that he’s first in your life,” Huckabee told O’Reilly. “Christian stewardship is something that I believe in.”
He also said that he’s not sure he’s been too “critical” of Cruz per se, but that people who claim to be consistent must also act as such.
“Do you think Cruz is a Christian to be emulated?” O’Reilly asked, also going on to question whether Cruz is being “phony” when it comes to charitable giving and his faith. “It seems like you’re casting aspersions on him.”
Huckabee responded, “I think it’s something he needs to answer. What are his parameters of stewardship?”
According to personal tax returns released during his 2012 Senate bid, Cruz contributed less than 1% of his income to charity between 2006 and 2010 — a far cry from the 10% most evangelical leaders believe the Bible demands.
Damn....there's 16 minutes 49 seconds of my life that I'll never get back. Tokyo Kellyanne…
And you are surprised?
I'd say Hunter Hatcher is a deplorable-no doubt about it!