Huckabee: I'd Say 'Oven' Comment Even As President
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Mike Huckabee isn't backing down from his controversial comments on the deal with Iran, and said Tuesday that if he is elected president, he would not have a problem using the same language concerning other deals with the Middle Eastern country. [Full Story]
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