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Huckabee: Clinton Cash Splash Could Be Warning Sign to Taxpayers

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Wednesday, 31 Aug 2016 02:29 PM

Mike Huckabee says Hillary Clinton's massive big-bucks ad blitz could indicate the Democratic presidential nominee would do a poor job of managing the money of American taxpayers.

"The [Donald] Trump campaign has been under fire for waiting until the end of summer to run ads while the Clinton campaign has been blanketing swing states with over $77 million in ads," the former Arkansas governor candidate says Wednesday on his Facebook page.

"But Trump is finally about to start a $10 million ad buy, running just one ad contrasting his economic proposals to hers. Hillary's ads helped her run up a lead in summer polls that gave the media an excuse to declare the race all but over."

But Huckabee, a former GOP presidential candidate who is supporting Trump said he believes political veterans know that pre-Labor Day polls are "usually meaningless."

"If they hold, then Hillary will be hailed for her brilliant strategy. If they don't (and many polls show her lead already slipping or even vanishing), then voters might want to ask themselves if they really want to trust their tax money to someone who squandered $77 million on an ad blitz during a time when few voters were even paying attention," he said.

"It doesn't exactly illustrate wise stewardship of other people's money."

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