Carson confidant offers oppressive comment of GOP hopeful’s unfamiliar process understanding

Ben Carson speaks during a news discussion on Nov. 16, 2015, in Henderson, Nev. (John Locher, AP)

Ben Carson speaks during a news discussion on Nov. 16, 2015, in Henderson, Nev. (John Locher, AP)

In a surprisingly frank talk with The New York Times, a Ben Carson adviser offering a rather unflattering comment of a unfamiliar process chops of a claimant he’s perplexing to assistance elect president.

Duane R. Clarridge, whom The Times

The candidate, Clarridge pronounced he suggested to Armstrong Williams, Carson’s business manager, should have discussion calls every week on foreign affairs so that his advisers “can make him smart.”

Carson’s team pushed behind against that comment and The Times

In a statement, Carson orator Doug Watts said: “Mr. Clarridge has deficient believe of a daily, not weekly briefings, that Dr. Carson receives on critical inhabitant confidence matters from former troops and state dialect officials.”

Watts also doubtful Clarridge’s position and change with Carson, as described by The Times.New York Times

In The Times

The source who furnished Carson with a information had “overleaped” in creation a assertion, Clarridge said, and suggested he’d been “desperate for some headline.”

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So what happened?

“He’s been briefed on it so many times,” Williams said. “I theory he only froze.”

Fortunately for Carson, a story did embody one clever publicity from one of his own advisers about his inhabitant confidence credentials.

Robert F. Dees, a late Army general, said, “He has a right things to be commander in chief.”

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