Mike Huckabee slams Biden’s ‘inflated’ self-assessment as White House touts ‘accomplishments’

Mike huckabee slams biden's 'inflated' self-assessment as white house touts 'accomplishments'

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Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee discusses the White House giving talking points on Biden’s accomplishments, a NYT op-ed blasting Elon Musk’s Twitter work email, and his Thanksgiving message to viewers.

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