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The polls have moved dramatically in Republican Donald Trump's favor over the last week, former Gov. Mike Huckabee (R-Ark.) noted on The O'Reilly Factor.

Huckabee called the new trend toward Trump the "wind behind his back", and a "godsend" for the New York businessman.

"A lot of people are still not saying [to pollsters] who they're going to vote for," he said, noting that some voters may fear being labeled "racist" or "xenophobic" for verbally choosing Trump.

He also said that Hillary Clinton's chastising of a heckler was a "big mistake" and that her deficit to Trump in number of rallies per day is to "keep her hidden".

"It's easier to find Huma Abedin than it is to find Hillary at this point," Huckabee said.

"One of the problems Hillary has is that nobody trusts her. Eleven percent of Americans say she is honest and trustworthy [and] 14 percent believe in Bigfoot."

"The big difference between the Clintons and the Sopranos is the Sopranos never left an email trail," he said.


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