Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee called the "two-state solution" for Israel and the Palestinians a "foolish policy" that is "feckless and dangerous" and will never work. (AP Photo/Kiichiro Sato)

Mike Huckabee did not mince words following the United States’ abstention during a United Nations vote condemning Israeli settlements in the West Bank.

“This is about evil and good,” the former Arkansas governor said during a “Fox and Friends” segment Saturday. “I am just beyond in a seething rage over what this administration has done in its last days … have some just common decency.”

In a 14-0 vote on Friday, the U.N. Security Council condemned Israel for settlements in areas of the West Bank and East Jerusalem that Israel occupied during the Six-Day War of 1967.

By abstaining and being silent, Huckabee said the U.S. agreed with “the idiotic, dangerous and disturbing position” the U.N. took against Israel.

“It basically says to Israel, ‘you don’t deserve to be a nation that has secure borders’,” the former Republican presidential candidate said.

Huckabee also called the “two-state solution” for Israel and the Palestinians a “foolish policy” that is “feckless and dangerous” and will never work.

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