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On Lou Dobbs Tonight, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee sounded off on Donald Trump's anticipated meeting with House Speaker Paul Ryan as they look to iron out their differences.

Huckabee said he didn't know why Ryan expressed hesitation to back Trump's presidential bid, calling his comment "disastrous."

"In other words, what he was saying was, 'I don't care that Donald Trump has more Republican voters than anybody ever has. I just may decide that the voters are too stupid, and I'm gonna act indifferently toward them,'" Huckabee said.

He also weighed in on the Quinnipiac poll showing Trump in a dead heat, or even leading, in the key battleground states.

"I believe Donald Trump is gonna beat Hillary Clinton," he said, arguing that Clinton is funded by people, companies and Wall Street interests who think they're "too big to fail."

"And Hillary thinks that she is too big to jail," he said, referring to the FBI investigation of her email server.

Huckabee said he thinks "the arrogance and hubris of her donors and her own campaign will be her undoing."

Watch the full interview above.

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