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Mike Huckabee hops back on Fox News gravy train

Posted By on Fri, Apr 22, 2016 at 5:21 PM

HE'S COMING BACK: The Huckster signs again with Fox News.
  • HE'S COMING BACK: The Huckster signs again with Fox News.

Deadline Hollywood reports that Mike Huckabee, the former Arkansas governor and twice-failed presidential candidate, has struck a new deal to return to Fox News.

Deadline says he'll contribute comments "across various daytime and primetime programs as well as regularly contribute to FNC’s election cycle coverage." No mention of a return of Huckabee's weekly talk show, which he left Jan. 15 to run for president. He never broke out of the bottom tier of candidates.

Does daily commentary signal a need to move his vagabond shoes from his $3 million seaside home in Florida to an apartment in the New York sky? He's already resumed his paid speechmaking, with a recent appearance at a Tennessee Christian school.

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