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Things got bleak fast at Ben Carson's Super Tuesday headquarters in Baltimore's historic Grand Hotel, and it was mostly Ben Carson's fault. Speaking to an upbeat crowd, the Johns Hopkins pediatric neurosurgeon turned political pundit turned presidential candidate, known for his his soft-spoken, sleepy, almost eulogistic speaking style, sounded even more funereal than usual. "Even if we get a very imperfect candidate in there, it's unlikely that they will destroy America," Carson postulated, hinting at a Republican primary that might not feature him. Indeed, Carson kept speculating about the possibility of an "imperfect" Republican candidate. ... [Read More]
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