Mike Huckabee joined "Fox & Friends" to discuss Hillary Clinton's return to the public eye with a speech over the weekend in the Poconos.

Clinton, who was pictured numerous times hiking in New York forests with husband Bill Clinton, told a crowd in Scranton, Pa. that she is "ready to come out of the woods."

"I appreciate her humor," Huckabee said, noting that the tone of her Scranton speech was not "angry and bitter" like those she gave during the 2016 election.

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He said the speech was "a heck of a lot better" than the ones she gave "for $250 thousand for 20 minutes."

Huckabee noted that Clinton had recently tweeted that "resistance plus persistence equals progress" and said that he hoped that meant Clinton has accepted President Trump's election victory.

"We don't have to like him, but we have to accept that he is the president," Huckabee said.

"It's too late to resist. That's what we do every four years," he added.

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