Huckabee: 'Morning Joe's' Attacks on Trump Are a 'Mosquito Bite,' Should Be Ignored
Mike Huckabee called MSNBC's "Morning Joe's" attacks on President Trump a "mosquito bite" that the president should ignore.
"This is a mosquito bite. Swat it, leave it, go away," the former Arkansas governor suggested on "Fox & Friends Weekend."
"It is distracting from I think his important message, and he's doing things that really ought to be given credit," Huckabee said.
Huckabee's daughter, Sarah Huckabee Sanders held a heated White House press briefing where reporters raised a storm over the president's personal attacks on Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough."
“This is a president who fights fire with fire. And certainly will not be allowed to be bullied by a liberal media and the liberal elites within the media or Hollywood or anywhere else,” she told host Bill Hemmer Thursday.
Huckabee mentioned several accomplishments of the Trump administration including the reform of Veterans Affairs, the recent stock market rise, the administration's tough stance with North Korea, and the demands that NATO allies pay their share.
"I don't care what the liberals say. He's got a lot of accomplishments in a short period of time," he stated.