Mike Huckabee to Launch 'Huckabee Post'

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Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee will launch a news publication "Huckabee Post" in January 2014, ABC News has learned.

The site will cover a range of topics from news and politics to sports and pop culture, according to the former governor's son, David Huckabee.

Mediaite first spotted an ad on Craigslist announcing the developing outlet, which was advertising for full-time reporters who can work in the website's New York and D.C. offices.

Mike Huckabee, who recently ended his radio show, made headlines last week after dropping hints that he is considering another run for president in 2016, telling the New York Times he's "keeping the door open," thanks in part to the recent wealth he has accumulated in his media ventures.

David Huckabee told ABC News that Huckabee Post is a "natural extension and expansion" of the discussion of news and commentary Huckabee already does online, and has done through other media outlets, such as his radio show and Fox News programs.