Dr. Ben Carson, Sec of HUD, has just given an interview regarding his opinions on President Donald Trump. He said that the president was doing well and called out all those who have been trying to make his whole presidency about the Russian Collusion story.
Carson says that Trump is “pretty restrained under the circumstances,” and he’s absolutely right. Since taking office, the Democrats and the RINOs have been talking about nothing but scandals involving the Russians; there are at least 6 investigations taking place right now, it is on every one of the MSM networks, and almost every regular newspaper covers the ongoing events. But the problem is…It doesn’t exist!
Not one piece of evidence has been presented that shows the president had any ties to Russia, and in fact, there is some evidence to suggest that the Russians were actively working against him.
But what has come out is that the DNC had very close ties to Russia and had actually employed GPS Fusion (with their Russian “agents”) to try and put a sting operation on Don Jr. Why is no one talking about this?
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Dr. Ben Carson, who has been a background figure amid the hubbub surrounding the White House, recently gave an interview with the Washington Examiner. The retired neurosurgeon described his role in the administration and his relationship with the president.
Carson gave his thoughts on the President’s tweets, saying he was sympathetic and supportive of him:
“I think [the White House has] done well given the level of frustration. I mean, can you imagine you’ve been elected president and the only thing anyone wants to talk about is Russia? Can you imagine how frustrating that is?”
This is in stark contrast to other Republican leaders who have been critical of President Trump’s favorite means of communicating with the American people. This includes the likes of Lindsey Graham:
When asked if he thought President Trump’s tweets were too reactionary, Carson simply said:
“I don’t know if you could say he reacts too much. I would just say he is, perhaps, more reactionary than I might be.”
Carson went on to describe his relationship with President Trump, who he speaks to every week:
“We’re philosophically very well aligned. He knows a lot about housing. It’s amazing how much he knows about it. But he’s also a very kind-hearted person. You may not see that sometimes because he’s reacting to things that other people are doing and saying. He sometimes reacts rather vigorously.”
Honestly, it’s great to hear someone in D.C. has the President’s back, especially after some Republicans have become so critical of him.
H/T: Liberty Writers