Mike Huckabee just did it again.
Last Friday, he teased in a series of Tweets that he’d be appearing on Hannity to explain why President Trump is eligible for a THIRD term.
Here are the Tweets:
Here's more on that story, from The Hill:
Huckabee claimed Trump’s critics, including former FBI Director James Comey and Democrats in general, as well as the news media and House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry, would make the president eligible to run in the 2024 presidential election. He also said he was “named to head up the 2024 re-election.”
“I'll be on @seanhannity 2nite @FoxNews at 9pm ET and will explain how @realDonaldTrump will be eligible for a 3rd term due to the illegal attempts by Comey, Dems, and media , et al attempting to oust him as @POTUS so that's why I was named to head up the 2024 re-election,” Huckabee tweeted.
Trump is constitutionally prohibited from serving a third term under the 22nd Amendment to the Constitution.
The president has previously joked about running for president indefinitely. Earlier this year, he tweeted an edited video depicting him campaigning for office forever on a satirical Time Magazine cover. It was based on an actual magazine cover from last year that showed Trump campaign year signs every four years from 2024-2044.
Huckabee’s tweet came as the House Judiciary Committee held a marathon debate on two articles of impeachment Wednesday ahead of final votes expected on them later in the day. The full House is expected to vote on the articles next week.
Well, he just did it again, last night on his show.
Honestly, I'm embarrassed to admit this but I didn't even realize Huckabee still had a show.
But he does and it looks really good, I'm gonna have to start tuning in!
Anyway, here is what he posted to YouTube just last night with the title:
Will This Qualify Trump For A THIRD TERM? | Huckabee
Watch it here folks:
Huck does NOT seem to be backing down off the point.
And it got me wondering, does President Trump deserve a third term for everything the Democrats have put him through?