Ben Carson Might Consider Being Donald Trump's Running Mate
Ben Carson usually avoids saying if he'd join Donald Trump, but the former neurosurgeon seemed open to the idea Tuesday.
Ben Carson is apparently open to being Donald Trump's running mate.
"Would you be ever open to a VP spot?" Fox Business host Neil Cavuto asked Carson on Tuesday.
"I certainly would sit down and discuss it," Carson said.
And — at least last year — Trump was open to it, too.
"Well, I like him; he likes me. I mean, stranger things have happened," Trump told CNN's Alisyn Camerota in October.
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