Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) said Saturday that the left's attacks against the right started with the election of President Trump.

He said that people haven't accepted the fact that Trump was elected, and they are continuing to attack those who support him.

"They've tried to not only delegitimize the election itself but they've tried to commit acts of terror. ... When you try to change people’s behavior by intimidation, by threats of violence and by actual violence, and by boycotting them and by taking away their liberty, that's terrorism," he said on "Fox & Friends."

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Huckabee's daughter, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders, was kicked out a restaurant last month in Virginia due to her association with the president.

A Trump-supporting teenager was also attacked in a restaurant Tuesday for wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat.

On Independence Day, a man claimed he was assaulted by another man because of his "Make America Great Again" flag he had in his yard.

Huckabee added that the attacks on Trump supporters are what's destroying the country, not disagreements between political parties.

He also called out media members like Donny Deutsch and Joe Scarborough, who compared supporters of the president to Nazis and referred to them as racists, respectively.

"When you start going to that level, that extreme of attempting to dehumanize the other side, things are truly spiraling out of control," Huckabee said.

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