Huckabee on 2020 Hopefuls: Democratic Candidates Are Trying to 'Out-Left' Each Other
Fox News contributor and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee weighed in Sunday on the large field of Democrats hoping to challenge President Trump in 2020.
Huckabee, who ran for president in 2008 and 2016, joked on Fox & Friends that Democrats will have to rent out the massive AT&T Stadium in Texas just to hold their party's candidates.
"It's gonna be a crowded field. ... It's very difficult to get your message out, especially if the media decides to pick one or two candidates and to just give them all the attention," he said.
Among the growing list of Democratic hopefuls are California Sen. Kamala Harris, former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro and Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard.
Huckabee added Sunday that there doesn't appear to be -- so far -- a dominant candidate on the Democrat side.
"The fact that the Democrats have moved so far to the left and all of their early candidates are trying to see if they can out-left the others, this is where they're headed, which is great news for the Republicans," he said.
Huckabee also reacted Sunday to New York's recent legislation that legalizes abortion up until birth, saying that it's "uncivilized."
Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) signed the Reproductive Health Act Tuesday, which he called "a historic victory for New Yorkers and for our progressive values."
"It's savagery, and the worst part of all [is] ... this was done with celebration and applause and a standing ovation," Huckabee said. "I also wish that the Democrats would be a little more honest about their support for Planned Parenthood."
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