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The article seems to be recording the Governor's answers in full. Click on the link to read them.

Huckabee sheds the nice guy persona in Johnston
May 26th, 2015

One of the knocks against former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee when he ran for president in 2008 was that he was too soft when it came to issues like crime, immigration, and foreign policy. His critics back then would often say things like, “we don’t need a preacher in the White House,” or they lamented about how the country didn’t need another “compassionate conservative” like President George W. Bush.

Last Tuesday, Huckabee made a stop at Crossroads Shooting Sports, a brand new indoor shooting and training facility in Johnston. There, Huckabee showed his prowess with a few firearms, more specifically a Sig Sauer P238, a Glock 43, and Smith & Wesson’s version of an AR-15, the M&P15.

It wasn’t Huckabee’s ability to hit the target on the gun range that got my attention on Tuesday afternoon. It was how tough the former Baptist minister was when he answered questions about firearms, foreign policy, and Hillary Clinton.

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