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Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) said it was "beyond any belief" that alleged hacking by Russia changed the election results.

Huckabee appeared to concur with Shannon Bream's reporting that unnamed sources suggested there was untoward action by Russian actors in some way.

"You have to believe in unicorns," Huckabee said of the possibility that Russians or other entities directly changed election results.

He said he was "ashamed" for the Democratic Party and the mainstream press:

"Eight weeks ago it was terrible that [President-elect] Donald Trump was saying something [about rigged elections]," he said, "Exposure of the DNC [showed] that [the primary] was rigged toward Hillary Clinton and against Bernie Sanders."

Huckabee said Clinton lost the election because of her exposed "contempt" for the working class.


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