Mike Huckabee said this morning that it would be a "real insult" to voters if President-elect Donald Trump nominates Mitt Romney to be secretary of state. 

He said that Romney did "everything he could to derail Donald Trump" and went beyond policy disagreements by attacking Trump "on a personal level about his character, his integrity, his honor."

"When you go after a person who is the nominee of your party, who has been duly nominated by the voters, you're savaging the voters. You're not just savaging Donald Trump," he explained.

Huckabee called on Romney to publicly "repudiate" what he said about Trump if he wants to work in the administration. 

Huckabee said he was offered a spot in the cabinet, but declined to disclose the specific position. The former Arkansas governor said he didn't feel the position was a "great fit" and he's "quite satisfied with not being in a government job."

Watch the full "Fox & Friends" interview below and let us know what you think about Romney's possible role in the Trump administration.


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