Dr. Ben Carson didn’t exactly sound enthusiastic when Fox host Neil Cavuto suggested Donald Trump as a running mate, but he didn’t rule it out, either. “All things are possible,” Carson said.
In a softball interview that was mostly about immigration and Trump, Carson praised Trump. “I like people who are willing to say what they believe,” he said.
Carson claimed that he had learned to tone down his own rhetoric and that it’s “a skill that people learn with the course of time.” But Carson’s next words indicated he may need a little more time to get a little more skilled.
CARSON: There’s no question that we are in the process in this country of giving away all of our values and principles for the sake of political correctness and as a result of that, we’re in a tailspin.
As the last question, Cavuto asked, “Let’s say you become the Republican nominee. Would you look at Donald Trump as a potential running mate?”
There was quite a pause before Carson answered. Finally, he said, “I know Donald Trump. I’ve had a chance to associate with him… He’s a fun guy, he’s a very smart guy. So I will leave it at that.”
Cavuto pressed. “So you might,” he said.
“All things are possible. Absolutely,” Carson replied.
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Uhhh, no, fuckstick. You like people who say what YOU believe.
Cuz what more do you need than a Donald?
From this, you’d think that Cavuto just woke up from under a rock after being asleep for the last 100 years.
The Donald would NEVER consent to being a mere “running mate” to anyone. If he can’t be the GOP’s
I’d almost love it if Trump—after losing the GOP nomination (but still running a hard second or very, very close third place—as in just behind the second-place candidate) decided to mount an independent campaign and peeled off enough GOPTP votes to ensure a Dem in the White House until the end of the decade. But, Trump’s ego would never let him do that. He knows he could never win as an independent (and I can’t imagine any third party being so desperate as to take him on as their nominee—especially since most third parties have their candidates named before the D or R conventions) and he’s not about to let anything crush his ego that much. Coming in second or even third in the GOP contest would be bad enough but coming in no better than third place (and, more likely, even lower) would never sit well. (He couldn’t fire enough employees to soothe his ego after such a thumping in the political arena.)
As I just pointed out “Fox And Friends” has run countless segments today wallpapering The Donald with a wallpaper pattern of unicorns and rainbows. Why would they support a loud-mouth bigot? Well, coincidentally (I’m sure) they’ve run 2 segments defending ‘whiteness.’