Huckabee: GOP president would 'go further' on Iran

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February 20, 2012 12:26

 
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Any of the leading Republican presidential candidates, with the exception of Ron Paul, would “go further" on Iran than US President Barack Obama, former Arkansan governor Mike Huckabee said Monday.

Huckabee, making his yearly trip to Israel, said that Mitt Romney, Ron Santorum and Newt Gingrich all understand that the Middle East is “not made safer by dithering."

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