Huckabee Wants to Watch Field Unfold Before Endorsing

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Mike Huckabee takes the lead in 2008 Media Credit: Iron Mill News Service

Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee said he wasn’t prepared to endorse any of his fellow Republicans in the 2012 presidential race on Sunday, a day after he announced on his Fox News show that he would not seek the GOP nomination

“Frankly, my feelings and my whole emotions are still a little raw from the process, because up until just a few days ago, Chris, I honestly thought I would be in it,” the 2008 presidential candidate told “Fox News Sunday” host Chris Wallace. “And more and more, the signs were pointing that way, the objections were moved out of the way, and I could see a pathway to getting the money that I never thought perhaps I could. And, you know, things began to unfold.

“But it was almost as if the more that all of the external things began to materialize, the less the internal things began to crystallize for me. So, I need to kind of process my own feelings,” he added.

He was upbeat about the potential GOP field.

Read more at  Huckabee Wants to Watch Field Unfold Before Endorsing : Roll Call Politics.

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