NATIONAL HARBOR, MD-- Former Arkansas Governor Mike Hucakbee touched on everything from faith to foreign policy in front of a crowd of conservatives this weekend. But he largely focused on faith and religious liberty at the Conservative Political Action Conference in National Harbor, Maryland on Friday. The former pastor told the crowd that God would forget our nation if we ignore faith. Huckabee also took a swipe at Hillary Clinton over the 2012 attack on the American mission in Benghazi. "I also know that four Americans were murdered at Benghazi and our government lied to us as to what happened and I know it had not one thing to do with some ridiculous video and I know something else. With all due respect to Hillary Clinton, it does make a difference why they died and who did it," said Huckabee. He went on to say that this is a time conservatives need to focus on how to lead America in the context of our conservative world. When asked about a potential presidential bid, Huckabee said he won't decide until after the midterm election.
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