Huckabee leaving Fox News show ahead of decision
WASHINGTON - Political commentator and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee says he is ending his six-year run as a TV host on Fox News, a decision that will fuel speculation about the Republican's plans for another White House bid.
Fox News reports that Huckabee says he will decide in this spring whether to campaign for president in 2016.
In the meantime, Huckabee tells his network that Saturday's edition of his TV show, "Huckabee," will be his last as he considers his political future.
Huckabee ran for the Republican nomination in 2008, the year the GOP nominated Sen. John McCain. Huckabee decided not to seek the presidency in 2012, the year Republicans nominated Mitt Romney.
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