LITTLE ROCK, Ark.–If Mike Huckabee ran for president and won in 2016, he wouldn’t be the first president that was a former Arkansas governor, but he would be the first Republican former Arkansas governor to hold the seat. He, just two weeks ago, wrapped up a radio show on the Cumulus network, an indication to some that he had presidential plans.
Now, Huckabee has told FOX News Sunday that the odds of a presidential run in 2016 are about 50/50.
On Nov. 30, 2012, he clued News Mississippi in to the possibility that he could run.
Here is part of that interview: