Join America's Roundtable Radio co-hosts Natasha Srdoc and Joel Anand Samy in a conversation with Governor Mike Huckabee, former governor of Arkansas, a 2008 presidential candidate, and longtime conservative commentator on issues in culture and current events.
An ordained Southern Baptist minister, Gov. Huckabee was host of the number-one rated weekend television show Huckabee on the Fox News Channel during 2008-2015, as well as host of The Huckabee Report during 2009-2015, which aired three times daily on nearly 600 radio stations across the nation.
A New York Times best-selling author, he hosts the popular weekly talk show Huckabee, which airs exclusively on TBN.
Our Conversation on America's Roundtable covering:
— A review of 2022 midterm elections, Republicans win House of Representatives and Nancy Pelosi steps down from Democratic leadership
— Sarah Huckabee Sanders makes history, elected as the first-ever woman governor of Arkansas. Republican Attorney General Leslie Rutledge becomes first woman elected as Arkansas’ lieutenant governor.
— Governor Mike Huckabee's recommendations to the House Republican leadership on top priorities.
— Former President Donald Trump announces his candidacy for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination.
— US taxpayer funds in the billions of dollars sent to aid Ukraine flagged with corruption. Who should pay for Ukraine's reconstruction and recovery needs amounting to $348.5 billion as projected by the World Bank, European Union and Ukraine?
Further reading : NY Times — "Ukraine Is Weakened by Corruption, So How It It Stymieing the Russians?" quote:
"Corruption is worse than ever; we just don’t know about it. With rivers of aid pouring into Ukraine from the United States and Western Europe, it would be easy for high- and low-level crooks to skim and not be caught. By this theory, corruption is badly sapping the war effort but fortunately is being more than offset by the volume of foreign aid and the heroism of individual Ukrainians on the front lines. Certainly weird things keep happening. In July President Volodymyr Zelensky fired the prosecutor general and the leader of the domestic intelligence agency. Last week The Financial Times reported that the recently resigned central bank governor was said to have fled the country as anti-corruption investigators served “a notice of suspicion” for a senior official matching his professional description. My colleague Thomas Friedman wrote in August that “there is deep mistrust” between the White House and Zelensky, “considerably more than has been reported.”
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