Trump May Be A Narcissist, according to Ben Carson. Some would say that Carson called Trump a phony.
“For him, it’s a matter of just switching over to his normal persona as opposed to the Apprentice persona,”
he told radio host Rita Cosby, referring to the reality television show Trump hosted for 11 years.
Carson has a suggestion for GOP front-runner Donald Trump:
" Spend some time in the Good Book."
“I would say read the Bible and pray, and learn how to put yourself in other people’s shoes,” Carson said in an interview on WABC Radio Friday when asked what advice he’d offer Trump.
Ben Carson is making some startling comments to the media, this week. The gullible good doctor was courted by Donald Trump in an effort to present the image that Trump is the more authentic choice of Evangelical Christians. Carson's handlers got sweet gigs out of the deal, but their presence in the Trump campaign is producing the same internal strife and ineptness that they provided the Carson campaign with.
This past week Carson said there are “probably” people better suited to fill the White House and noted Trump’s Twitter habits were a “problem".
But this week is particularly telling, as Trump returns to New York and a cynical electorate who mostly detest preachy Evangelical Christians. And this creates a serious dilemma for Carson. Carson is asked to stand by Trump while the unrepentant mogul mocks Cruz's professed Christian faith. Carson now says that the billionaire businessman’s campaign would benefit from a few crucial tweaks. Carson’s main concern seemed to be Trump’s struggle to be transparent.
Carson believes he has a calling and missionary opportunity, with Trump.
But now, with Carson's influence waning; because there just aren't many Evangelicals to foll in the northeast; Trump has switched tactics and decided to return to mocking evangelicals instead of courting them. This leads Carson to openly admit that Trump has some serious problems.
This past week Carson said there are “probably” people better suited to fill the White House and noted Trump’s Twitter habits were a “problem.”