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Just hours before his blowout loss in the Nevada caucuses Tuesday, Republican Ben Carson remained lighthearted when discussing his presidential campaign's problem with overspending. The retired neurosurgeon openly admitted in an interview on CNN that his campaign had some people, including a handful of now-resigned top advisers, who "didn't really seem to understand finances." Carson then joked that maybe that overspending was intentional sabotage. "Maybe they were doing it on purpose," Carson said of his campaign's tendency last fall to burn through cash even as they were bringing in healthy fundraising sums. Two of Carson's campaign aides resigned at... [Read More]
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