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Armstrong Williams, the Ben Carson confidant who a former staffer once described as the presidential candidate's "No. 1 challenge," told the Washington Post this weekend that Carson faces a "tough decision" after finishing dead last in the South Carolina primary. "The voters have spoken pretty clearly in the first three states, and sooner rather than later, [Carson is] going to have to think hard about whether he should keep doing this," Williams told the Washington Post. "He has a tough decision to make." Carson finished with just 7.2 percent of the vote in South Carolina on Saturday but has... [Read More]
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