Failed GOP Presidential Candidate Suspends Campaign – Teases Endorsement
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Telling the audience at CPAC, "even though I am leaving the campaign trail, I will still be heavily involved,' Ben Carson seemingly took one more step towards officially ending his presidential campaign.
Future cable news contributor ends hype game https://t.co/j2UChTQAO6— Brandon Wall (@Walldo) March 4, 2016
Carson spent a large part of his speech explaining the type of person he would endorse, teasing that he was about to make an endorsement. He did not.
Ben Carson at CPAC: “I am leaving the campaign trail” pic.twitter.com/PaSDVfqLrY— Dan Linden (@DanLinden) March 4, 2016
The retired neurosurgeon who today also announced he has a new job at a Christian voter group which some believe may be another money-making scam.
Carson claimed Saul Alinsky is a "hero" of liberals and told the audience America needs "trickle-down ethics."
Clarity, from Carson staff: He is suspending his presidential campaign.— Rick Klein (@rickklein) March 4, 2016
Carson spox confirms -- Carson is officially suspending his campaign.— Al Weaver (@alweaver22) March 4, 2016
UPDATE II: Some responses via Twitter –
Ben Carson ends campaign.— Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) March 4, 2016
So who's gonna tell him?
Do not fret, Ben Carson. Your campaign/debate performances inspired the next generation of half-awake patriots. pic.twitter.com/JL70OUmdbW— Cory Collins (@CoCoCoryCollins) March 4, 2016
Ben Carson lecturing #CPAC about ethics. He just ripped off his donors so his consultants can make big $$$ and he's lecturing about ethics— Brian Tashman (@briantashman) March 4, 2016
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