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Donald Trump in 2011 video: Mike Huckabee would make "terrific president"

Posted By on Sat, Jan 30, 2016 at 9:43 AM



While we're speculating on a potential Trump-Huckabee unholy alliance, here's a video from 2011, when Mike Huckabee announced that he was not running for president. The Donald, flanked by pictures of himself, weighed in — saying that some people might be bummed that Huckabee wasn't running, but the Donald is not necessarily bummed, but Huckabee would make a "terrific president." Trump adds, however, that "a lot of people will be very happy that he will not be running."

Trump then gives some advice that Huckabee would be wise to take today: "enjoy the show, your ratings are terrific, you're making a lot of money, you're building a beautiful house if Florida — good luck."


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