When Housing and Urban Development Secretary Dr Ben Carson was pressed by a post-retweet attacking the character of George Floyd, Carson said people not to be judgemental and wait until the president Donald Trump speaks on this topic this week
Ben Carson said to CNN, “I believe you’re going to be hearing from the President this week on this topic in some detail. And I would ask you maybe to reserve judgment until after that time,” Carson told CNN’s Jake Tapper on “State of the Union”.
The White House declined to comment on the Ben Carson show.
Trump Cabinet member said. “Let’s not make the solution be a Democrat solution or a Republican solution. Let’s make it be an American solution and recognize that our country is extraordinary.”
Ben Curson said, “What will help the national heal is if we engage in dialogue together,” Carson said on CNN’s “State of the Union.” “Let’s not make the solution be a Democrat solution or a Republican solution. Let’s make it be an American solution and recognize that our country is extraordinary.”
Curson also said the countries like China and Russia can not bring down America.” we can destroy ourselves internally” and it’s important that the American people recognize that they are “not each other’s enemies.”
Carson also said that “he grew up at a time when there was real systemic racism,”
Ben Carson also said, “That kind of thing was not uncommon when I was growing up. That kind of thing is very uncommon now,” he said. “Are there still racists around? Absolutely. There were yesterday, there are today, and there will be tomorrow. But that doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t fight it, and this is an opportune time, right now. People are concentrating on this. We can’t let this moment slip away.”