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Ben Carson: 'There are two different Donald Trumps'

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posted on Nov, 8 2016 @ 11:38 PM
Do we really know who just got elected POTUS?

This is an issue that cuts both ways. Democrats could find it to be comforting because the new POTUS may not be who they think. Trump supporters may find it troubling because the new POTUS may not be who they think.

Ben Carson cracked open an awkward conversation for Donald Trump as he threw his backing behind his former rival and justified the move by saying, “There are two different Donald Trumps.”

The real estate mogul, speaking at a news conference on Friday morning, conceded the point — “perhaps there are two Donald Trumps” — before reversing himself after reporters seized on the comment. “I don’t think there are two Donald Trumps.”

There has been other evidence for the "two Trumps" theory.

Trump team tells GOP he has been 'projecting an image'

Donald Trump's chief lieutenants told skeptical Republican leaders Thursday the GOP front-runner has been "projecting an image" so far in the 2016 primary season and "the part that he's been playing is now evolving"


"When he's out on the stage, when he's talking about the kinds of things he's talking about on the stump, he's projecting an image that's for that purpose," Manafort said in a private briefing.

"You'll start to see more depth of the person, the real person. You'll see a real different way," he said.
Trump team tells GOP he has been 'projecting an image'

The video above was published on January 27, 2016. It is the first mention of the "two Trumps" theory that I know of.

"Succinctly put, the Donald Trump presidency, the campaign, is a joke."

"It wasn't Donald Trump running for president, it was 'Donald J. Trump', the character he plays on TV because that's actually what he does, you know. Donald Trump is an entertainer. He's actually a very sweet, very shy fella. But, when he gets on TV he plays a character named Donald J. Trump and this guy is huge, you know. He's bigger, and anything, and he's always right. And he's firing people...and that's him, that's the character he plays."
edit on 8-11-2016 by Profusion because: (no reason given)

posted on Nov, 8 2016 @ 11:58 PM
Yes. But you have to have the entire Carson context. The business man , and the leader
In relation to Manafart : who gives a rats rear ?


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