Huckabee On Cohen Raid: ‘Nobody Busted Down Cheryl Mills’ Door’

Christian Datoc Senior White House Correspondent
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Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee criticized Wednesday night an alleged double standard into the FBI’s raid of Michael Cohen’s New York office.

“This is clearly an attempt to intimidate the president,” Huckabee said of the raid. “To do everything possible to intimidate his attorney.”


“I think most Americans have a good sense of justice,” he told Fox News anchor Shannon Bream. “They want there to be justice applied, even if you’re the president, but they want it to be applied equally and evenhandedly, and they don’t see that happening.”

“Nobody busted down Cheryl Mills’ door. Nobody went into Huma Abedin’s house when Anthony Weiner, her husband, had all kinds of information that he shouldn’t have had on his computer,” the former presidential candidate continued. “There’s something tawdry about all this.”

“There are some stark differences,” Bream agreed.

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