Huckabee: Comparing Media to Drug Addicts 'Very Unkind to Addicts'
Mike Huckabee ripped the media for their apparent ongoing derision toward President Trump.
He reacted to Sean Hannity's monologue, in which the host said hating the president "is like [the media's] drug."
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"It's more addictive than heroin... like a dopamine rush," Hannity said. "They wake up every day and have got to hate this president."
Huckabee said the characterization was "unkind to drug addicts" because as he said, at least those addicted to drugs try to get better.
"[The media] is more obsessed with the destruction of Donald Trump than the building up of America," he said.
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