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OPINION

Mike Huckabee opens door to VP run

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Donald Trump isn't the only GOP 2012er leaving his options open.

Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, who said last month that he had reached the decision not to enter the 2012 race after intense prayer, says that doesn’t take him out of the veepstakes.

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"Everything is still open. I haven't closed doors. I found long ago that that's not the smart thing to do," Huckabee told reporters in Little Rock, after a speech at the Clinton Presidential Library.

Huckabee opted against a run for the GOP presidential nomination in mid-May, telling viewers of his Fox News show "My heart says no."

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