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Wednesday, November 9, 2016

To the victors ... Spoils for Mike Huckabee

Posted By on Wed, Nov 9, 2016 at 6:55 AM

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Speculation has begun on a Donald Trump cabinet.

I'll leave you with this stomach churner: Newt Gingrich for secretary of state; Rudy Giuliani for attorney general; Mike Huckabee for secretary of Commerce; Sarah Palin for Interior.

Really. Politico actually listed those possibilities.

Huck might not be able to take a pay cut from media activities, but if he could land spots for the whole clan, from Janet on down through the kids, it might work out.

Huck, by the way, spent election day snarking about a potential Clinton victory, until the tide turned. Trump pollsters apparently were surprised by the outcome, too. Example before the returns were indicating victory:

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