Huckabee: 'Hillary Is In for the Ride of Her Life' When She Takes On Trump
Mike Huckabee called the quest for the White House a two-man race after tonight’s state primaries around the nation.
He addressed Ted Cruz’s Houston speech following most of the Super Tuesday II contests, where the Texas senator told supporters there is “a clear choice” between him and Donald Trump.
“Ted Cruz said something tonight in his speech a few moments ago that is probably exactly right,” Huckabee said on The Kelly File.
“After tonight, it’s a two-person race. But the two people are Hillary and Trump.”
“Like everybody else, I underestimated [Trump],” the former Arkansas governor explained.
But the Democrats – and Clintons – won’t know what to do with Trump’s campaign, he added.
“I can tell you, Hillary is in for the ride of her life when she has to take on Donald Trump. It will be unlike anything she or her husband have ever faced before.”
Megyn asked why Huckabee was ruling out Ted Cruz, considering his strong showing in previous contests and current delegate count in the race.
“If he doesn’t win Missouri, he wins nothing,” said Huckabee.
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